We Did A Lot Of Research On Kid's Toys And Here Are The Best Ones You Can Still Get Before Christmas

    We weeded out the toys that aren't worth the hype and kept it to the ones you can still get in time!

    Hi, we're Asia and Krista and we are moms to some pretty amazing kiddos. Asia has 6-year-old twin daughters – Cailyn and Bria – and Krista has an 11-year-old son – Evan.

    Since we've been doin' the whole Christmas thing for a while now, we know how stressful shopping for the kids can get. Deciding what toys fit in your budget, what toys your kid will actually play with, what toys you can get last-minute, and what toys won't annoy the heck out of you, it's overwhelming! So, we decided to do some research to find out what gifts are really worth it this year – MOM TO MOM.

    1. A talking learning book that features 100 common words to help little ones learn.

    2. A play kitchen so your growing toddler can whip up some fun, pretend meals for the family.

    3. And some pretend food to stock their kitchen up!

    4. Cry Babies Magic Tears that include babies with accessories make for a great stocking stuffer.

    5. Cozy and cute slipper booties to keep your kid's feet warm.

    6. A robot kit that's enabled by an app, allowing kids to build and learn coding.

    7. Baby dolls for your kiddo to play mommy or daddy!

    8. A baby monitoring camera that links up to your phone so you can see and hear your baby as needed.

    9. A globe that links to your smart device and helps kids learn all about geography.

    10. A mystery toy chest will be an exciting gift for the YouTube-loving kid.

    11. Stylish clothes you can add to your kid's wardrobe.

    12. A LeapFrog My Pal Violet to give your toddler a personalized snuggle buddy that even knows their name and favorite food.

    13. A VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch helps your kid tell time, track their play and exercise, and even take a few cool videos.

    14. DIY unicorn headphones will keep kids both entertained and excited.

    15. A fruit-teething pacifier will help soothe your baby's sore gums.

    16. Scribble Scrubbie Safari Oasis toys are perfect because your kid can color them over and over again.

    17. Cute bows always make great stocking stuffers.

    18. And a band-in-a-box will help your kiddo start developing their musical ear and have fun doing it.

    19. A mechanical bug makes the best gift for the lover of all things creepy crawly.

    20. A launching rocket toy is a great gift that encourages kids to play outside.

    21. A portable, screen-free Jooki music and story player for the kid who loves using your phone to play their favorite songs.

    22. A Juno My Baby Elephant for the kid who wants a pet but isn't quite ready for a real one.

    23. Chewable jewelry is a great gift for sensory-seeking kids.

    24. A fun series of books about a little girl embarking on adventures.

    25. A set of swaddling blankets to keep your baby warm and cozy.

    26. Sports gear will be something the athletic kid will appreciate.

    27. Fun unicorn luggage will make your little traveler's eyes light up.

    28. And an invisibility cloak – just like Harry Potter's – will be a fun gift for any age.

    29. A paintable drawing board can help kids relax and unwind.

    30. An Epic! Original book is an ideal gift for school-aged kids.

    31. Mother and daughter bracelets can be a cherished present for kids and parents alike.

    32. A practical backpack for the school-age kid to enjoy.

    33. A digital microscope is perfect for your curious-minded kiddos!

    34. A Boolean Box build-it-yourself computer kit that's made by girls, but can really be for everyone.

    35. A set of Magna-Tiles for the preschool-aged child to allow them hours of imaginative play and creativity.

    36. And if your kiddo is into unicorns, this Schleich Glittering Flower House With Unicorns is a cool way for them to engage in some fun fantasy play.

    37. A baby sensory toy to keep them busy for a while.

    38. And some Playfoam Pluffle is good for some mess-free sensory fun.

    39. A monthly cooking kit – it is a great gift for the up-and-coming chef!

    40. And if you have a little fashionista-in-training, these Melissa and Doug Design Your Own Headbands will be fun for your kid to decorate and wear proudly.

    41. A CINEMOOD Portable Movie Theater Projector if you're looking for a travel-friendly way to stream your kid's favorite digital books and shows.

    42. Suctioned and sectioned plates are gifts that any baby will definitely use.

    43. A hands-free motorized hover board for older kids to enjoy.

    44. A classic game that can be played without the stress of counting money.

    45. BuddyPhones WAVE Wireless Headphones, which are waterproof and have four volume settings including "toddler" and "travel" for extra safety and parent peace of mind.

    46. A working cash register will help your kids learn to count money and have fun doing it.

    47. A pop-up play tent and tunnel which is perfect for the active, adventurous kiddo.

    48. A counting "cookie jar" will help preschool-aged kids learn to count and supports the development of their fine motor skills.

    49. If your kiddo is caught up in the Frozen movies, this fun Frozen Elsa Castle will be one of their favorite gifts this year.

    50. And pretend play character dolls are perfect if your kid loved Anna and Kristoff together in the movie — because who didn't?!