With Christmas and holiday season fast approaching, I’ve been thinking more about what to get Liam and Lillya to make their holiday season special this year! Indigo is a great place to get gifts for anyone on your list and I’ve put together my top 5 gifts right now for Liam and Lillya.
Liam is always about playing so I want to get him presents that will encourage him to use his imagination! This alpine slasher sleigh is the perfect holiday themed toy and I can’t wait to see how much he loves it! I love getting Liam a few gifts before Christmas to get him even more excited! Like this Deck the Halls book as well as the Lego City Advent Calendar. Since Liam plays with Lego everyday this seemed like the perfect way to help him count down the days until Christmas! I also love the Nutcracker Prince Fairy Ornament for Liam to add to the Christmas tree and the fox mug that I know he will love to drink hot chocolate from in front of the fire!
For Lillya it’s all about comfort and cuteness! That’s why I’ve picked out these Cabin Cozy Mitts in grey, the Cabin Cozy blanket in grey and this adorable Peanut Penguin for her to snuggle up to! I also love this Scoop and Stack Ice Cream Cone play set for her as well as this super cute Ballerina mouse ornament for her to add to the tree, with mom and dad’s help of course!
There are so many other great gift options at Indigo it can be hard to narrow it down! I definitely recommend checking it out and if you want to make a day of it they are having an Open House on October 22nd! Starting at 11 am, It will be a day of stories, games, giveaways, and a chance to look at all of the great gifts they have in store!
Right now Chapters is featuring my Wish-List on their site so you can take a closer look! Here is the link:
Indigo Kids Open House:
This Saturday, October 22 11:00am join Indigo Kids for Storytime, hands-on play, activities, giveaways & more! At all participating Indigo and Chapters locations across Canada. (Coles and Indigospirit stores excluded):
Happy Holiday Shopping for all you early birds like me!
Photos by Mary Konkin Photography