Best toys for 2 year olds

Our favorite toys for 2 and 3 year olds-pretend play, outdoor play, creative play, and more!

This is a list BEST toys for 2 year olds that my kids have reached for over and over again!

I. love. good. toys.

I also love a good toy list or “gift guide”.

So, that’s what this is: compilation of my kids’ favorite toys from 2 through 3, and maybe a few toys I wish we had (that friends have), as well as some toys that are on our wish list for this year!

Let me know; what are your kids’ favorite toys? Did I miss any 2-3 year old toys that I need to add to my list!?

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My sweet baby boy; Christmas morning 2019 (newly 2 years old)

Complete Toddler Advent Plan

Do you want to put Christ at the center of your family’s Christmas? Do you want a plan to help point your toddler to Jesus this Advent? Check this out!

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My babies at Christmas in 2019; 3 months old and newly 2 years old

*If you’re here, I hope you’ve read my first post on Advent with toddlers. If you haven’t, start there!*

I’m so excited about Advent this year, you guys! My son is a little older (almost 3), and I think he will really love all things Christmas. I just cannot wait to see his eyes light up at the decorations, and I really can’t wait to hear what he says as he begins to understand more and more of the Christmas story.

I’ve been researching toddler activities and ideas for Advent for months, and I can’t wait to share what I’ve read and learned with you guys!

Easy Ways to Celebrate Advent with Toddlers

Be intentional about putting Christ at the center of your family’s Christmas with these SIMPLE steps!

Teach your children about Jesus this Christmas

Do you long for a Christ-centered Christmas for your family?

A Christmas less about gifts and and consumerism, and more about THE ULTIMATE GIFT of Jesus Christ?

My heart longs for this, too.

How do we refocus ourselves and our families back on the true meaning of Christmas? How do we celebrate Christmas with toddlers and little kids? Where do we even start?