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My kids have gotten a hold of the Walmart toy catalog, and they are circling practically everything in it! I don’t think they realize that Santa is helping mom and dad build the new house. 😉 I just let them circle whatever they want on the catalog, and then later ask them for their top favorites. From there, I take their faves and separate them into different lists for us, Santa, my sisters/mom, and my in-laws. I love how I can just send my family Walmart links to the kids’ favorite toys, and then all they have to do is order it online and have it mailed to them or picked up at the store. My in-laws don’t like leaving the house unless they have to, so it’s more convenient for them to do their holiday shopping online and take advantage of Walmart’s fast and free shipping.
I know some have had financial struggles this year due to the pandemic, and thank goodness Walmart has affordably priced products. Depending on your budget, you can actually view toys by price on the Walmart website. Now onto the gift guides! I have 4 kids ranging from an almost 5 year old (next month) to 11 years old. Let’s start off with Bashy! He is definitely the easiest to shop for. He’s into hulk, big gorillas, dinosaurs, WWE, and pretending he’s cooking or at the grocery store.
Beckham is also easy to shop for because he’s not that picky. 😉 I do feel like he’s at that age where he picks items that his younger brother and older brother can play with too. Pretty much it’s that age where you really can’t go wrong with what you get them!
Christian doesn’t have a lot on his list because the one item on his list is expensive and he asks for money. 😉
Johannah is also at that age where she asks for money, BUT she does like slime, food making, and art. Here’s some picks for her!
I hope those Walmart toy gift ideas helped! Don’t forget to check out the gift guides I did for outdoor and indoor kids’ gift ideas under $200. HAPPY SHOPPING!