Day 10 of 25 Days of Christmas: A Holiday Gift Guide (One Stop Shop Gifts For The Whole Family)

If you’ve got a big family like I do then you know just how daunting of a task Christmas shopping can be. Keep your stress levels down by hitting up one stop shops like Target for all of your gifting needs! Your girl did a lap (AKA a pinball-y loop-to-loop) around good old Tar-shjay to get the scoop on all of the best gifts for you. Check out my list below for ideas on Christmas gifts for the whole family. 

For the little ones:

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Sure, baby clothes are cute and the babies aren’t old enough to hate getting clothes for Christmas yet, but sometimes it’s just nice to switch it up. Give gifts that the little ones (and their parents) can get years of use out of like a comfy cozy throw blanket or a mix of these fun Tunno Tots baby accessories like the silicon bib that says, “I know guac is extra” on the front ($8.99). Pillowfort Throw Buddy ($17.99), Tunno Tots silicon plate ($12.99), bib ($8.99), teething ring ($5.99), Room Essentials throw blanket with poms ($9.99). 

For the big kids:

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There are SO many gifts in the $20 and under range for the big kids and pre-teens that the options are pretty much endless! Now the teens are, in my opinion, the easiest group to shop for because when have they ever complained about an iTunes, Xbox, or PlayStation Store gift-card (or any gift-card for that matter)? And if gaming isn’t their thing, you have all kinds of other options to choose from including Fandango, Regal Cinemas, AMC, StubHub, Starbucks, a plethora of different restaurants, and of course you could always just go the route of giving cash. Whether it be a Visa giftcard or cold hard cash, they’ll be more than happy to have some spending money once the after Christmas sales begin!

Gifts for Dads, Grandpas, Brothers, Uncles and Him

Some areas were difficult to photograph due to crowds and too many misplaced and disheveled items, so I used photos from the Target website for some of these.

Some areas were difficult to photograph due to crowds and too many misplaced and disheveled items, so I used photos from the Target website for some of these.

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Not just for men...anyone born in the 80’s can appreciate a nostalgic gift like this! 

Not just for men...anyone born in the 80’s can appreciate a nostalgic gift like this! 

Whether you’re shopping for your boyfriend or husband, your dad, or your grandpa Target has something for all the men in your life. Sweaters are BOGO 50% off until December 15th, and house slippers and moccasins are affordable at around $20. Now, if timepieces are more their speed you can get Timex watches for $60 and under, or you could choose from the selection of Goodfellow watches (which are around $20 and under). There’s also a nice set of old fashioned glasses for only $10, but the real show-stopper here is the old-school Nintendo system for only $59.99! I’m sure you might be thinking, “But isn’t a game console more for teenagers and kids?” Well to answer that question: NOT THIS ONE! This game console is for both the kids at heart and the actual kids. 

Gifts for Moms, Sisters, Grandmas, and Her

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From ponchos and fuzzy socks to spa kits and mask sets — you’re bound to find something for all  of the Wonder Women in your life. The skincare gift sets are perfect for those who love a variety and not to mention they’re an easy shape to wrap! You could even put together an upgraded gift basket by placing a few smaller beauty, skincare and mask sets into a stylish purse along with some mini bottles of champagne — or skip the purse part of that and pick a bunch of different gift sets to create a giant, personalized multi piece gift! 

Hopefully this list helped you see that tackling your Christmas list should be a breeze at the infamous one-stop-shop: Target!

up next: stay tuned for Day 11 of 25 Days of Christmas— the final part of “A Holiday Gift Guide”.