By NYMetroParents Staff

Stuff We Like: Stocking Stuffers!

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Fill your children's stockings with these fun and affordable goodies that are sure to bring a smile.

Jazzy Toes cowboy slippers




JazzyToes Slippers

(Ages 6-24 months; several colors and styles available; $18 per pair;



coin purse, pink sparkly






Sparkly change purse

($4.50; The Children's Place stores or






scented eraser rings

Scented Eraser Rings

($15 for 3-pack;



I'd Like the Goo-Gen-Heim, written and illustrated by A.C. Hollingsworth



I'd Like the Goo-gen-heim

by A. C. Hollingsworth

($14.95; available at the Guggenheim Museum Store or at





soccer USB drive




2GB soccer USB drive



The Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes





The Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes

by Doug Stillinger

(Ages 7 and up; $16.95; available at major booksellers and at









(Ages 3 and up; $12.99;



eeBoo Robots metallic color pencils





eeBoo Robots metallic pencils

(Ages 5 and up; $7 for a 6-pack, assorted colors, includes sharpener; available at specialty toy and book stores or



Pure Nature Cotti soothing sheep





Pure Nature Cotti

Soothing Sheep plush (filled with natural Spelt seeds, which can be warmed or cooled for baby's comfort)

($18-$28; available at Barnes & Noble stores)


Totally Tink light up lip gloss




Totally Tink Light Up Lip Gloss

($3.97; Available at Walmart stores)


Hannah Montana Glam Guitar pick set






Hannah Montana Glam Guitar Pick Set

($6; Walmart stores)








SquinkiesTM Suprize Inside Bubble Packs including 16 collectible Squinky dolls

 ($9.99; available at retail stores including Target, Walmart, and Toys "R" Us)






Also see:

Gift Ideas Just for Moms

Charity-Minded Gift Ideas for Kids

Relaxation-Inspired Gift Ideas for Kids

Educational Gift Ideas for Kids

Food- and Cooking-Related Gift Ideas for Kids

Money-Related Gift Ideas for Kids

Sports-Related Gift Ideas for Kids

Travel-Themed Gift Ideas for Kids

Theater-Related Gift Ideas for Kids

Winter Weather Gift Ideas for Kids


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