On The 9th Day Of #Blogmas – My Kids’ Christmas Wishlist


I know it’s the tenth day of #blogmas already, but as you probably know there have been floods in my area and this has affected our internet line so I couldn’t post anything yesterday. So I’m here and ready to redeem myself and get back on track for #blogmas.

Here’s a photograph of the floods shared on Facebook.

I’m really excited for Christmas this year, because it’s the first time our whole family will be together again since June. Mr will be home in 2 weeks time and Madam will also come over for the holidays as well. I’ve asked the kids what they would like for Christmas and I’ve compiled a list of items, which I’m super excited to share with you!

This post contains Amazon Affiliate links, which means that I get a small compensation for the items if you buy them. You are under no obligation to buy anthing on this list, but they are some great gift ideas, especially for tween and early teen girls

Madam’s List – She’s a ten year old, quirky girl with an eye for design. Here are her picks (and some of mine) for Christmas this year:

She’s always wanted to learn how to sew and make her own clothes. This Sew Cool Sewing Studio makes sewing easy for beginners like her.

She could make some awesome 3D creations with this 3D pen.

Madam is completely obsessed with the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series of books, I’ve shown the first book of the series above and the box set. I know she’d be over the moon if she got the box set this Christmas.

This one is actually my pick. American Girl – The Care and Keeping of You 1 The Body Book for Younger Girls. The tween and teen years are quite difficult and there are so many changes (mental and physical) that happen during that time. I’d love to get her a guidebook that she can go back to time and again, which will help her in this transitional time.

Finally an art set. This one has 120 pieces and is perfect for any artsy kid. I might just get this one for myself.

The Little One’s List – He’s an active 3 year old who loves PAW Patrol, building, engineering and firetrucks.

WARNING! PAW Patrol items ahead!

If he had these PAW Patrol undies he’d definitely use the big toilet every time. It would make potty training so much fun for both of us!

I’m loving this PAW Patrol gown for those chilly nights.

This is the answer to getting the Little one to sleep in his bed every single night.

These PAW Patrol T-shirts are super adorable and will go perfectly with his PAW Patrol sneakers.

Isn’t this Firefighter dress up set too adorable?

My firetruck obsessed son would also love this firetruck with extending ladder, lights and siren sounds.

This is the main contender for Christmas present of the year. The magnetic toy building tiles are perfect for the Little One, because he loves to build things and break them down again.


What’s on your kids’ wishlist? If you are unsure try getting them to write a Letter To Santa.

Let me know what you think of this list by commenting below!


Love and Blessings,

Lindsay Sign Off

9 thoughts on “On The 9th Day Of #Blogmas – My Kids’ Christmas Wishlist

  1. Those are great ideas for gifts! I have 5 grand daughters and 2 of them are 8 and the other is 7. They’d love Madam’s picks! And my 3 year old grandson would adore the stuff on your Little One’s list! Wonderful job, Lindsay!


      1. I believe my out-of-state son and his family are coming sometime this month. That will be incredible since we haven’t seen them for two holidays in a row in over a decade! Our younger son lives just a few miles from here so we see them as often as we want. And our daughter is about 30 minutes away so her son is available a lot! Love you, Kiddo!

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      2. Lol. I feel like you are my Blog Mom :). You must be really excited to see them again. We are hoping to see Mr’s family as well, because we haven’t visited there all year. I think I make my son very available to my parents too! Hehe, but they enjoy it. 🙂

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      3. I’m glad you feel that way because I’ve totally adopted you! And, trust me, your parents love having your son available! Getting to have our grand kids over makes up for you kids traitorously growing up and moving out!

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