Half Crazy Mama’s Favorite Gifts For The Holidays


We all need some help thinking of gift ideas for those “hard to shop for” people.  Here are some of my favorite ideas:

DisGear Women’s Disney Home V-Neck T-Shirt– Perfect for the Disney lover in your life.

Teacup Cupcake Molds, 4-Pack– How fun would a tea party be with cupcakes baked in little tea cups?!?! I love these! 

Kikkerland Portable BBQ Suitcase– A portable BBQ suitcase? Genius! 
Hydro Flask Insulated Wide Mouth Stainless Steel Water Bottle, 32-Ounce– I like my hot beverages hot and my cold beverages cold and Hydro Flask is great like that.  They come in different sizes, but I love the 32 ounce because I drink a lot of water daily and that means less refilling.  This would be a great present for anyone because we all need to drink water to survive right?
Magna-Tiles– Every kid I know, of all ages, loves Magna-Tiles.  The possibilities are endless with these shapes that have magnets to stick together.  Houses, rocket ships, runways, you name it!

Polaroid ZIP Mobile Printer- Compatible w/iOS & Android Devices– In this day and age of the selfie who wouldn’t want a small mobile printer to print them out?  This is a great gift for a hard to shop for person.  Printing photos from your phone is super easy with this. 

Watermelon Keg Tapping Kit– This is a great gift for your friend who organizes the summer parties. Just add your favorite vodka and the tap to a whole watermelon, and you’ve got the perfect party keg. In the fall, you can also use the tapping kit to tap a pumpkin or gourd.

The Book with No Pictures– This book is literary gold! I kick myself for not coming up with the idea.  My daughter makes me read this book over and over again.  It really has no pictures, BUT it makes the adult reading it say silly things that the kids think is hilarious. 

Always Be Yourself Unless You Can Be A Unicorn Ceramic Coffee Mug– I feel like I don’t really need to explain why this is awesome.  It just is. 

Vans Baby Classic Slip-Ons– The coolest babies should all have a pair of vans.

Good Day – Bad Day – Don’t Even Ask Wine Glass– I think we could all use one of these. Especially great for a wine lover… or parent…or someone who works in the service industry…or works with people period.

Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook: Eat Like You Give a F*ck– I thought this cookbook was a joke when I first saw it, but it isn’t.  It is AMAZING! 

Free People Fray Over the Knee Sock– Socks with boots are all the rage right now and these are super cute. 

Headsweats Super Visor with Loudmouth Styling– I love my Headsweats Visors for running and these Loudmouth designs are super fun.

Weber’s Way to Grill: The Step-by-Step Guide to Expert Grilling– For the hard to shop for BBQ fan in your life.

Knomad Air Portable Organizer– This is a great present for a traveller.  It helps keep everything organized like a giant wallet.  They come in different colors and some different styles.
American Tourister Star Wars Hard Side Spinner Storm Trooper Suitcase– Just incase you haven’t noticed, Star Wars is really popular, so this suitcase would be a really good gift.

You Make Kit – Bacon Curing Kit– Make your own bacon? Sounds like a fun project for a rainy day!

Fitbit Surge Fitness Superwatch– The Fitbit Surge has GPS built in and is the most feature-rich. In addition to GPS, the Surge also monitors your heart rate, tells the time, and gives you call and text notifications.
Avery and Austin Perfect Playdate Subscription Box– This is my favorite subscription box.  Perfect for a family with young kids. It comes with a craft project for 2, snacks and even a gift for mom. 60ae4f23c3754a09ba85840a95aa7b8c

Disney Frozen Anna and Elsa’s Musical Bicycle Playset– While many of us are tired of Frozen, a ton of little kids are not. My daughter has this bike and LOVES it.
Jaybird X2 Sport Wireless Bluetooth Headphones– These headphones are great for everyone. Bluetooth wireless headphones are fantastic because you don’t have to get tangled with a cord. I hope this gives you a few Christmas present ideas.  What are you hoping for this Christmas?