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International Kids Bloggers Gift Guide 2010

Tonight is the kickoff of the B:Kids' Gift Guide 2010…meaning more than 20 well-known bloggers will share their favorite presents for kids with us during the coming weeks to help you come up with great gift ideas for the Holiday Season. Each blogger chose one gift for 9 different categories. Soon I will bring all their gifts together in one page, to make it easy for you to shop per category. Of course I have asked each blogger what the Holiday Season means to them and how they like to celebrate it…happy to say 'hi' to Khali today who was first to send me her gifts…

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Gifts ideas and Festive Thoughts by Khali Whatley from little.lovely.

"Traditions are very important in our household, so Christmas is about creating experiences and memories that will last a lifetime, rather than about giving gifts that can soon be broken for forgotten. We limit gifts to one or two very special items (like a Jess Brown rag doll or David Weeks wooden animals) in the hope that these items will be treasured. This year, we'll be celebrating Christmas by the beach with my extended family." Khali Whatley

 

*for Babies: Harmony ball silver rattle.
*for Girls: Jess Brown Wovenplay edition Prussian ballerina
*for Boys: Zen Wagon.
*handmade: Love, Loans and Linen Pull Along Caterpillar   
*eco-friendly: David Weeks Ursa the Bear.
*pure luxury Jeanie Payer first tooth box.
*less than 25: Kido O Floating Ducks
*less than 50: M2Matiz Barcode print.  
*less than 100: Maiike Rabbit.

.. little.lovely...



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