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Lest any child happen upon our website: Isn't it lovely that so many parents are willing to help Santa out during this year's staffing shortage? We'll keep adding to this list throughout the holiday season—for the big guy's convenience, of course. Check back in.
Products with an “Add to Cart” option are available for purchase through The Shops at Seattle Met. Read our list of stocking stuffers for an older crowd, or check out our selection of festive tableware, kitchen tools, and party host gifts—many of which are available for local pickup.
Topped with sweet folk art illustrations by the detail-oriented folks at Barcelona-based Londji, these charming wooden toys will quickly become part of your daily rotation (all puns intended).
Leopard print has seen a serious resurgence among the younger crowd (my five-year-old niece has repeatedly informed me that the difference between cheetah and leopard print is not a trivial one, but both are acceptable). Give the Cheetah Girls revivalists what they crave with sparkly face stickers from Super Smalls, which actually consults little ones in the design process.
One thing we're definitely not nostalgic for is a time when children were to be seen and not heard. These cute, candy-apple-red whistles, handmade by local artist Brian Beck "in his magical, secret cabin," demand and deserve attention of the visual and auditory varieties.
The dream of keeping toys separate from the more refined areas of the house is always short-lived. Welcome the playroom creep with this classic walnut veneer–paneled station wagon (yeah, that's actual walnut). Surfboard absolutely included.