Now that we have our first real Christmas tree, it’s time for Santa to deliver some presents! We (and by we I mean I) have had our eyes on some things for a while now so we’re keeping our fingers crossed that Santa comes through. First, check out this cute stocking that Nana ordered for Olivia from Pottery Barn Kids -
We figure this will be the last Christmas that we can get Olivia “practical” presents since she’ll only be about 6 months, so this year her presents will probably be more about function than fun. The big thing we’re keeping our fingers crossed for is a baby food processor. Baby O is almost ready to enter the world of solids and I’d love if we could make the bulk of what she eats. The Beaba Babycook is great because it’s a steamer, blender, warmer, and defroster all in one so it cuts down on the appliances that we need to buy and store.
The next little gem we love for Olivia is this cute frog for bath time. Love that it holds baby bath products and the body detaches to you can scoop up bath toys.
For a stocking stuffer, I’m thinking about the Sophie the Giraffe teether that everyone raves about. I’m not exactly sure what’s so magical about it, but Sophie has shown up at almost every baby shower I’ve been to.
For the special man in my life, shopping for presents is usually a pretty easy thing. Every time I ask him what he wants, his reply is “Something from ECU…”. To honor his request, I was thinking about an ECU cornhole set like this one from Carolina Cornhole Boards -
Not gonna lie, I love me a little cornhole so this might be a selfish present! His other requests included a new guitar amp -
And a table saw -
As for me, I’ve been dying for a pair of Hunter wellies -
And I LOVE this necklace I found on Etsy with an “O” for my little gal -
And the icing on the cake? An iPhone!
Now we can’t forget poor little Riley! This year we’re thinking about outfitting our pooch with some hiking gear for our little treks through Shenandoah. The boots crack me up every time I see them!
I think we’re going to have to leave Santa some extra cookies this year…