Gift Guide: Show Your Tot Some Love on Valentine’s Day
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Roses are red, violets are blue, check out our Valentine’s Day gift ideas for you!
With Feb. 14th right around the corner, the sweet holiday is the perfect day to show your little ones just how much they mean to you.
From cute tees and shoes to fun crafts and cards, there are endless ways to celebrate the special day.
Ready to feel the love? Check out our round-up of adorable (and fun!) goodies below.
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Pottery Barn Kids
No store bought cards here! Your little one will love putting their own creative touches on their special Valentine’s Day messages with Pottery Barn Kids Butterfly & Heart Stamp Set ($12).
But that’s not all there is: Sarah Michelle Prinze recently picked up the Valentine’s Day Bowls ($20) and Stacking Block Centerpiece ($24) for her daughter Charlotte, while Kelly Rutherford snatched up the Valentine’s Day Chairbacker for her kids’ school party!
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From the school playground to an afternoon lunch date with mom and dad, Crew Cuts’ Pom Pom Heart Tee ($39.50) is sure to be a hit.
The super soft cotton top features a vintage-y block font with a colorful 3-D pom pom heart.
Let her get her shimmer on with Chopstix‘s Heart Bling Jeans ($50). These stretchy, stylish denim duds feature bright pink stitching and a hip rhinestone heart design on the back pocket.
With all this girlie glam, it’s no wonder celeb parents like Debi Mazar, David Boreanaz, and Mario Lopez are big fans!
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be all about hearts and candy.
From the bright red and white stripes to the bold lightening bolt message, your mini rocker will love 77Kids‘ edgy Stripe Graphic Long Sleeve Tee ($14.50).
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Brighten up your baby’s nursery with Layla Grayce‘s beautiful Poppy Mobile ($75). They’ll love to stare at the red, pink and orange geometric shapes crafted of sturdy card stock.
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Handing out Valentine’s can be hard work! Fortunately, she’ll be plenty comfy and festive in Stride Rite‘s Flora sneaks ($40).
Available in Sangria/Pink Sherbet or Dark Brown/Pink, the easy-on velcro shoes sport a super soft suede outer with adorable leather heart appliques.
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Whether you forgot to buy a card or simply ran out of time, Company Kids‘ has got you — and all your Valentine’s — covered with their adorable downloadable designs.
Choose from the witty heart card or the sweet ‘owl be yours,’ and then just print, color, and deliver. Talk about convenient!
Gymboree‘s Heart Sunglasses ($10) are the perfect gift for your shady sweetheart! Not only are they oh-so cute, but they also offer UVA/UVB protection.
And for your little man, the I Heart Mommy Double Sleeve Tee ($14) is just as sweet.
Let her wear her heart…on her feet! Bobux‘s Heart Shoes ($29) are crafted from super soft eco-friendly leather and feature no-slip suede soles.
Best of all? The elastic ankles ensure they slip on easily (and stay on!) no matter how much your mini heartwarmer wiggles.
What’s sweeter than chocolate? Yummy frozen yogurt! Fortunately delivering the goods on Valentine’s Day just got easier with Pinkberry‘s Swirly Gram.
Just choose from the Swirly Spree Gift Card, Cupid’s Swirl ($10), or Take Me Home ($20) and the packaged treat will be hand-delivered to your special someone on the big day.
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Start their day off with a heartfelt note on Wall Candy‘s Chalkboard Heart ($36).
Plus, once Valentine’s Day is over, not only can you still write your little lovebugs cute messages, but you’ll have the perfect spot for daily reminders.
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The Children’s Place
What little princess doesn’t love to dress up? Surprise her with her very own chic Heart Necklace ($5.50) from The Children’s Place.
We just love the dainty metal chain and glittery animal print pendant.
It’s time to celebrate! Your big girl will swoon over Timex‘s mini Camper Watch ($35).
Not only does it sport sturdy canvas straps and easy-to-read numbers, but it’s also water-resistant.
— Anya Leon