Gift Guide 2014: Little Ones

Children’s clothing has never been more stylish. But don’t forget the games, toys, and books, too!

By Hilary Geisbert. Photography by David Colwell. - December 2014

Gift Guide 2014: Little Ones

Children’s clothing has never been more stylish. But don’t forget the games, toys, and books, too!

By Hilary Geisbert. Photography by David Colwell. - December 2014


Fox pillow ($34) at Wee Chic and chair ($45) at The Baltimore Museum of Art.

Handmade Louison doll by Moulin Roty ($46) at Wee Chic.

Handmade rolling plane by Moulin Roty ($210) at Wee Chic.

Zubels tiger sweater ($40) at Linens and Lingerie.

Zither Heaven guitar ($74.99) at Amuse Toys.

Concept board game ($39.99) at Canton Games.

Small Frye Harness booties ($48) at Matava Shoes.

Wooden duck family ($16) at Greenberries.

Mini lunch notes ($9.95) at Tickled Pink Boutique.

Secret Garden: An Inky Treasure Hunt and Coloring Book by Johanna Basford ($14.95) at Trohv.

Magnetic wooden block magbot by Tegu ($30) at Amuse Toys.

Moulin Roty dinosaur shadow puppets ($19.99) at Amuse Toys.

Cotton intarsia "Circus" sweater by Egg ($58) at Wee Chic.

Crochet animal booties ($24.50) at Curiosity.

50 Science Things to Make & Do ($9.99) at The Maryland Science Center.

Owl backpack ($26) at In Watermelon Sugar.





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