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Holiday Gift Guide for Boys

With three boys between us and a lot of little nephews, if it’s one thing Kristin and I both know it’s fun gifts for our dudes. We’ve rounded up all our favorite boy gifts for this holiday season. So check out this Gift Guide for Boys to make your shopping easier than ever.

Gift Guide for Boys
Gift Guide for Boys

  1. Spider-Man Blast-N-Go – This classic figurine comes with a motorcycle. Even better it comes with a launcher and projectile sure to bring smiles of delight.
  2. Mini Basketball Hoop and Ball – This basketball hoop set fits over the door and is really durable. Jake just got this for his birthday and was thrilled!
  3. ToyThrill Self Balancing Dancing Robot – His name says it all but after doing A LOT of robot research, this one is a big winner. This little guy is pretty simple to use and has features including dancing, spinning, carrying items and even boxing another ToyThrill robot.
  4. Nintendo Switch – This gaming system is REALLY popular right now. Its unique in that you can play at home as a console or swap it into a handheld portable mode on the go. Very cool!
  5. Toddler Toolbox – My little guy loves his toolbox. I know there are a lot of really cool tool benches out there but for us he has really enjoyed carrying his tools around the house and “fixing” things. This toolbox is great for imagination!
  6. Ninjago Volcano Lair Lego Set – If your kiddo is into both legos and especially Ninjago, this set will be a huge hit! This lair is the cornerstone of the movie and will keep them busy for hours.
  7. Wooden Fire Station – This darling fire station comes complete with all the accessories. Plus it’s a certified safe wooden toy so you can rest easy. My three year old spends hours at his similar version.
  8. Star Wars Where’s The Wookie Search and Find Book – Perfect for the little Star Wars fan who is also into search and find books. We spend a lot of time looking for Waldo so for me this Wookie version is so refreshing!
  9. Magnetic Dart Board – Kids just love to play darts and this magnetic version is so much safer. Perfect for family fun!
  10. Paw Patrol Mission Paw – Send Chase out on secret missions with this Amazon exclusive. If your kid is as obsessed with Paw Patrol like mine, they will love this cool toy.
  11. Slackers NinjaLine and Obstacles – Create your own outdoor ninja warrior style obstacle course with this cool set. Such a fun outdoor activity for kids ready to go beyond the swing set.
  12. DC Comics Super Hero Mad Libs – Insert words to develop silly original stories with your favorite characters. At under $4 this makes a great add-on gift or stocking stuffer.
  13. Rocket Ship Play Tent – Imaginations will soar with this cute rocket ship play tent. My boys are pretty hard on their play tents. They get used every day! So this being cute and under $30 is perfect!

Happy shopping for your little man!

Oh and we are also hosting a giveaway for a Fire 7 tablet with Alexa! It makes a great gift for anyone on your list!

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  1. Mary Beth Elderton says

    My favorite memory is hanging out in my grandmother’s kitchen while she, my mother, and my aunt gossiped–that’s how I learned about everything in the family and most of the neighbors 🙂

  2. Daniela Tapia says

    A Christmas memory I cherish is when I was little and Christmas is fun when you are a kid. I miss when my mom would take us to shop and shop all day and she would buy us clothes and more shoes. I really miss my childhood.

  3. Stephanie Phelps says

    My favorite holiday memory is putting up the Christmas tree with my husband for the first time as a married couple 31 years ago!

  4. Tamra Phelps says

    My favorite Christmas memories are from my childhood. Every year, my Grandpa would give me whatever the doll was that I wanted that year. I remember the one you could feed (it was really just a bottle that looked like it was emptying when you turned it upside down, lol.) There was the one whose hair grew–well, it had a knob on the back that you turned to make the hair shorten, & then you pulled it back out, lol.

  5. Germaine Harrison says

    When I was a little girl visiting my grandmother in Germany and I saw snow for the first time on Christmas Eve NIGHT.

  6. ellen beck says

    I think my favorite Christmas memory is the year my Mom made me an ‘elf’. I was the oldest, and my belief in Santa has waned- I had caught my Mom and Dad putting together toys and a bike he year before. My brothers still believed, so Mom and I went to Ben Franklin for things to go into the stockings. I had such a ball picking things out for my brothers. I mean I still got gifts and hings but I knew who to really thank. I was an elf for many years and it always made me smile.

    BTW leads back here re subscription, I am of course subscribed. Thanks for the chance, and I love thinking of this memory!

  7. kelley vain says

    The best memory was last year with my first grandson. That was the first year he understood what presents were and he got to unwrap them by himself. The looksk on his face with every gift was priceless!

  8. Alina says

    My favorite memory is having given birth to my son two weeks prior to Christmas and having him healthy and be with us while on Christmas day.

  9. Andi says

    Fingers crossed! I am so tired of my son using my phone and tablet, he needs his own for my sanity haha!!!

    My favorite memory, while stressful in the moment, was waiting for my son to be born any minute. I didn’t know if he was going to be a Christmas or New Year’s baby! I loved celebrating the holidays with him still as a part of me. 🙂

  10. Lyndsey Rullman says

    Mine would be when I was younger my dad would always let me open up a Christmas Eve gift and it would be either a game or puzzle and we would play or put it together on Christmas Eve night. I have now do this same thing with my own son.

  11. Kate says

    One of my favorite (recurring) holiday memories is of spending Christmas brunch at my hometown Sheraton because we’re Jewish & why not? The food was so good, & we all got fancied up for some fun family time together… with a meal cooked by someone else!

  12. Sharon S says

    Waking up on Christmas morning and running to the tree with all my brothers and sisters to see what Santa brought. (Rust in rafflecopter)

  13. Anne Stull says

    MY favorite holiday memory is when my father would bring Santa Claus to our neighborhood on a fire engine, lights and sirens going.

  14. Fiona N says

    My favorite holiday memory is taking my son to Disneyland 3 years ago. It was his first Disneyland trip, and we loved it 🙂
    Thank You for the chance!

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