St. Louis Mom 2020 Holiday Guide: For Babies and Kids

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Lass & Laddie Children's Boutique

Lass & Laddie features unique modern, vintage, and handmade children and babies’ clothing and gifts. It’s hard to choose just one item, but we love this little poncho (that sold out last year!) for a cozy winter layer.

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Little Neighbors

These modern wooden toys and therapy materials that reflect the diversity in our families and communities are handmade here in St. Louis.

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Why and Whale

Gift a monthly subscription pack featuring handpicked apparel, toys, and cool finds for the modern kid!

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EyeSeeMe Bookstore

For the really special baby in your life, help them start a little library with a monthly board book subscription from local bookstore, EyeSeeMe! EyeSeeMe’s mission is to support parents, teachers, and families bring positive images and stories of African American culture and history into their homes and classrooms.

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The White Rabbit St. Louis Sights Onesie

Featuring many of our favorite St. Louis landmarks, this onesie is the perfect gift for the tiny St. Louisan in your life!

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Imagination Toys Walk-A-Long Snail

Hape’s Walk-A-Long Snail is the perfect companion for little ones just getting into sorting shapes and learning about colors! The Walk-A-Long Snail is a googly-eyed snail with a block-holding shell which spins on the snail’s back when your little one pulls it along. Imagination Toys also offers free gift wrapping year-round, in case Santa needs a little help this year!

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Tegu Toys

Owned by St. Louis natives and based out of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Tegu Toys is a line of magnetic blocks for your children, aged 0-7, to enjoy. In no time, your kiddo can construct their own building, plane, robot … the sky’s the limit!

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Initial Design

A cozy sweater personalized with baby’s name or monogram and featuring a back zipper – perfect for dressing squirmy little ones!

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Honeycomb

Is there anything sweeter than a fresh, clean baby in a hooded towel? Honeycomb has a selection of hooded bath towels made from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton – and, a lot of soft foam bath toys (read: do not absorb water, reducing mold and mildew) to go with them!

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The Women's Exchange

A classic Woman’s Exchange “cherry dress” or “cherry suit” makes a very special gift and keepsake for baby girls and boys.

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J.A. Whitney Hand-Painted Piggy Bank

J.A. Whitney has so many precious keepsake gifts for the new baby in your life, including this sweet piggy bank, personalized stuffed animals and lovies, name puzzle stools, and ornaments.

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Left Bank Books

Left Bank Books has a wonderful and fun selection of children’s books. For the tiniest readers, we love Indestructible Books, made for how baby “reads.” Rip-proof and waterproof, they are perfect for little hands (and mouths!)

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Sweet Be's Candy & Gifts

Husband and wife team, Chris and Steve Tini, opened Sweet Be’s Candy & Gifts in 2002, providing the St.Louis area with a unique concept for a gift store.

The shop is a treasure trove of assorted confections, gourmet chocolates, snack treats, retro candies, custom color M&M’s, Jelly Belly’s, adorable stuffed animals, personalized gifts, special candy bouquets and a variety of interesting and fun gifts.

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The Novel Neighbor

John Hendrix lives in St. Louis, Missouri, with his wife and two children, and teaches illustration at Washington University. He has won numerous awards for his drawings, and his illustrations have been featured in the New Yorker, Rolling Stone, and the New York Times. This is his first children’s book that he has both written and illustrated

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Rebekah Coste
Rebekah is the founder and owner of St. Louis Moms Blog. Born and raised in St. Louis, she loves the city for its rich history and small-town feel, Cardinals baseball, and toasted ravioli! After living and working overseas for three years, she is thrilled to be back in St. Louis. She is a full-time stay at home mom to two beautiful daughters and wife to her husband Jean-Christophe. They reside in Rock Hill. In her “spare” time, you can find her teaching French courses at the Alliance Française of St. Louis. Her hope for St. Louis Moms Blog is that it will be a tool for building community between mothers and a space where diverse ideas and experiences can converge!