We have gathered a few of our favorite places to shop for our kids! Some suggestions are local, some are handmade, and some are bigger brand stores.  There is sure to be something for everyone!

AdventureUs – outdoor gear and masks

ChewMe Jewelry – teethers


Legacy Toys

Little Neetchers

ModPlayhouse – locally made wooden toys

North Shore Adventure Park– Outdoor obstacle courses

Nugget– play couch

Once Upon A Child– New and used clothing, toys and books

The Bauble Fairy– Bracelets and Bows


Sarah’s Silks

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This bean bag shell doubles as storage to hold all of the loveys and stuffies in your life. How awesome is that?! I am a sucker for a soft, cute and cuddly stuffed animal, and I love the joy they bring kids.  But moms know, they are emotionally the hardest to get rid of, the most difficult to store, and impossible to sell or donate these days. 

Blue Tracks will encourage creative design and problem solving! They are flexible – both in the material they are made of, and how they can be used.  They make a great addition to other toys, allowing you to host exciting races in your home in all seasons! 

Picasso Tiles are the type of toy that is allowed outside of the usual play area in our house, because they are played with every single day.  They store nicely in a low profile container and slide right under our couch in our main living room.

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