Family Gift Guide

I thought it would be fun to jump on the gift guide train and share some of our favorite items. {This post does contain some affiliate links–so if you are ordering, click on those babies for me!}


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For Mama

My favorite skirt.


I’m no fashion blogger, but I fell in love with this skirt on Amazon. It’s available in tons of colors and costs less than $25!! Runs true to size.  I’m actually considering getting a second one in either navy or black for myself.

The new Pioneer Woman cookbook.

I own every one of Ree Drummond’s cookbooks.  As soon as I saw she was releasing a new one just in time for Christmas, I requested that baby be under the tree for me.

Keep Collective jewelry.

My friend, Crystal, sells Keep Collective jewelry and I’ve gotten myself several pieces this year.  I. Love. Them.  First off, you can get free custom engraving on every piece.  That, alone, makes me love this brand.  They also offer $10 off your first purchase of $50.  Crystal is an awesome stylist and can help you out with any questions you have or info you need!  I have already purchased a couple of bracelets that will be found under the tree on Christmas morning in our house.


Stitch Fix box.

I think gifting someone a fix would be a super fun Christmas gift.  They do offer gift cards and if you’re doing your first fix, Ebates/Rakuten offers $5 cash back.  Stitch Fix great because they pick out 5 items for you and mail them to you.  You try them on, decide what you want to keep, and mail everything else back in an envelop they enclose.  The cost is only a $20 styling fee for the box.  If you keep nothing, you’re only out $20.  If you decide to purchase an item, the $20 goes toward your total.

My favorite pajamas.


Last year, I decided to treat myself to some pajamas and I adore these.  I’ve got two pair that are the long sleeve/pants version and one of the short sleeved/short version.  They’re so comfy.  They cost less than $30 and right now, Target has a promo where if you spend $40, you save $10 on clothing.

For Dad

Kuiu pull over.

My husband is for sure the hardest person to buy for.  Recently, he ordered himself a pull over sweater from Kuiu–a hunting brand–that he wears all the time.  In fact, he’s asked for one in a second color for Christmas.  {Right now, they’re offering 3% cash back on Ebates/Rakuten….keep an eye out on Black Friday and Cyber Monday to see if that increases!}

Hey Dude shoes.

My husband doesn’t have any of these, but tons of my guy friends have them and love them.  They have a ton of colors and look really comfy.

Get Out of Your Own Way by Dave Hollis.

You guys know I love Rachel Hollis.  She’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but I feel like her books and podcasts have been helpful for me.  Her husband, Dave, has written a book similar to Girl, Wash Your Face, but for guys.  I think Dave is smart and hilarious, so I think this would a great husband/boyfriend/brother gift.

For the Kids

Jesus Storybook Bible.

Hands down, this is the favorite book in the house.  We read Bible stories every  night.  Harper like Jonah the best and Braun goes between Joshua and Jehrico and Joseph and the colored coat.  I love the way they wrote the 23rd Psalm, myself.  It’s beautifully written, wonderfully illustrated, and does such a great job of telling the Bible stories in a way that’s theologically sound but perfect for children.

Magnet tiles.

I think this may be my kids’ favorite toy.  They got these magnet tiles last year for Christmas and absolutely love them.  They play with them constantly.  If you’ve got littles, you need these and they’re less than $40!


Stinky and Dirty toys.

My kids love this cartoon on Amazon Prime called Stinky and Dirty.  It’s about a garbage truck and a backhoe and I’m telling you, they’d watch it all day every day if we let them.  I found a few little figurines from the show and think they’re going to be so excited to open these.

Christmas books.

We love Christmas books at our house.  Here are links to a few of our favorite.  Tractor Mac Saves ChristmasPeppa Pig and the Lost Christmas List; The Animals Christmas Eve; Little Blue Truck’s Christmas and new for this year will be….Construction Site on Christmas Night.


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