Mama isn’t sitting – she’s scurrying like a mouse.
The shopping isn’t done, the stockings are bare
There’s no hope that “St. Nick” will put anything there.
So out Mama goes to brave the busy mall
Then realizes “I don’t need to do this at all!”
She gets back in her car, goes home and makes cocoa…
Then orders a bunch of stocking stuffers from Hasbro!
This year, I took the easy route and got stocking stuffers for my kids that I know they’ll love… and that were easy to buy. They are available at most mass-market retailers like Toys’R’Us, Walmart and Target, so get online and start shopping! Or, if you’re one of those Mamas who likes the hustle-and-bustle of the shopping mall, grab a Starbucks and go have fun. And remember to print off the list below before you go. 🙂
My kids are huge fans of Angry Birds, so the Angry Birds Go Kart Telepods – which can be synced with the Angry Birds app – are the perfect choice for interactive play.
If you’ve got a little girl, she probably loves My Little Pony, so these My Little Pony figures will be a hit!
My son loves Transformers Rescue Bots, so he will be over the moon when he sees these fun Rescue Bots Minicon Figure 2-pack sets in his stocking – perfect for role-playing his favourite episodes with!
I think these cute mini packs are fantastic for stockings – and the assortment is huge! There are 51 minions to collect in the Despicable Me 2 Battle Pods Minion and Pod packs, and the Kre-O Cityville Population 2-packs will keep your kids occupied for hours. The best part? They can be used with all brands of building block sets!
If you’ve got an older child to buy for (or, in my case, nephews) that love BeyBlade, you can’t go wrong with these BeyBlade BeyBattle Tops packs. I haven’t personally played with them (it’s not my thing!) but, from what I’ve been told, you will get a smile from the lucky recipient on Christmas Day.