This post is sponsored by Kohl’s. I was paid for this post and received the included toys as compensation.
With Christmas fast approaching and our schedule busier than ever, I’ve bookmarked Kohl’s and their toys department for everything on our holiday shopping list. They carry brands like Lego and Disney Princess, which make up pretty much every item on Ella’s Wishlist.
Ella has been SO excited for the holidays approaching and despite having just celebrated her 9th birthday, already has a long list of must-have toys written up for Christmas. As a belated birthday treat, I decided to order Ella a few of her favorite selects. Did you know that you can actually order from Kohl’s online and then pick up the toys in store?
You can find all of the following brands at Kohl’s: (Which one’s are your kids favorites?)
1. Melissa & Doug
2. Fisher Price
3. Hot Wheels
4. Disney Princess
The latest obsession has been all-things legos LEGOs so I let her pick out this Heart Lake Resort Lego set that will offer us hours of play-time, putting each piece of the scene together!
On her list for over a year now is this Disney Princess Rapunzel styling head. She’s been looking at dolls like this for a while now, because of her hair styling obsession! We unpackaged this one right away, so that Ella could measure how long “exactly” the locks were as well as style each accessory into numerous hair styles. She’s done at least three different styles so far!
We were excited to see how many great accessories were included in this set, including a little Pascal hair clip, a headband, jewel clips and a darling pink brush with a built in stand. The quality and attention to detail are all there, and I know that Ella will have hours of play in store with the many options.
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