Zutano Fleece Booties
They may not be able to walk, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have snuggly slippers. Keep those sweet little baby feet warm and cozy during the blustery fall months with these fuzzy fleece booties. $21 at Along Comes A Baby.
“Happy Hippo, Angry Duck” by Sandra Boynton
As the crying and giggling have made clear, just because babies can’t talk doesn’t mean they don’t have big emotions. Introduce them to their feelings in fun animal form with this great little book by Sandra Boynton. $5.99 at Village Books.
Nancy’s Hats ‘N More Seahawks Bird Crocheted Hat
The littlest Seahawks fan in your life will giggle with glee when she sees this super sweet crocheted hawk head hat. Another thing to root for: this adorable hat was handmade in Lynden for all our local little 12s. $24 at Bellingham Baby Company.
Make memories with your toddler with these simple but beautiful matching games. Handmade in the U.S., these stamped wood pieces are emblazoned with colorful images in themes from backyard creatures to sea life. Your child will love to discover each image as he flips his way to a better memory. $19.95 at Ideal.
Hatley rain boots
Fall in the Northwest is prime puddle time, so make the inevitable soggy stomping a little brighter with these sweetly patterned rain boots. Whether your child is into unicorns or fighter jets, they’ll be able to keep their feet dry in style. $36 at Wild Blueberries.
Sugarbooger Good Lunch Snack Set
Skip the plastic bags and give your kids their snacks in something a little more fun and eco-friendly. These quirky-patterned fabric lunch bags will make snack time on the go something to celebrate, and they’re washable for easy re-use. $18 at Paper Dreams.
Alex Desk To Go
Whether it’s homework, doodling or a crossword puzzle, your child can have a steady surface wherever they go with these handy travel desks. With zippered pouches for pencils and crayons, they’ll be ready whenever the creative mood strikes. $19.99 at Yeagers Sporting Goods.
Sock It To Me Knee Highs
Whoever said socks have to be basic never laid their eyes on near-infinite variety of knee highs at Mod Socks. Let your kiddo’s feet do the talking with patterns from astronaut to ice cream and sharks to sloths. $9 at ModSock.
In the bag
Crocodile Creek Go Kids! Backpack
Your kiddo might not be a fan of his textbooks, but a bold, fun backpack with make the load a little easier to carry. Emblazoned with dinosaurs and flowers, these kid-sized backpacks are plenty durable and full of handy storage. $24 at Kids Northwest.