If you’re anything like me, procrastination tends to creep up in your life from time to time and in this particular case, it means that you missed out on all the Black Friday deals and still have some Christmas shopping left to finish up.
Luckily for you, while searching hours online for the perfect gift for my tiny tot, I’ve come up with a list that just may be helpful for you (if so, you’re welcome).
Check out 4 gift ideas below (and they’re black owned as well):
This is a line of Afro-Caribbean dolls, Marsha, Mala, Malina and Mhina who are all of various shades and sporting their natural hair (and slaying might I add).
“Representation is important. Even in Toyland” - Mala Bryan (founder of the Malaville dolls).
Mala was frustrated that she couldn't find dolls that represented her and decided to make her own brand to share with the world, this way little girls could have a toy that they could identify with.
For any child aged 0-12, this subscription box may include anything from dolls, books, room decor and games (to name a few) featuring children of color.
The Brown Toy Box’s mission is “to affirm the beauty and build confidence and self esteem in children or color”.
You can buy their special holiday box or subscribe for the entire year (and cancel at anytime).
The boxes start at $34.99 and find out more about themhere.
What better way to spice up an outfit than with a bowtie (there are ties and pocket squares if you fancy those too). There are a lot of cool patterns and designs to choose from, so gift cards are also available as well.
In 2011, 11-year-old year old Moziah "Mo" Bridges, started Mo's Bows which creates handmade bow ties. Their mission is “to make you look good and feel good” and from what I’ve seen your little one definitely will.