Disclaimer: I was provided a gift card to facilitate my review, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.
It's officially November which means I am officially in holiday mode! David makes me wait until after Halloween to focus on Thanksgiving and I can't even THINK about Christmas until the day after Thanksgiving, but I don't listen and I'm already excited for both!
A couple weeks ago, I discovered Hayneedle.com. Hayneedle.com is one of those sites that has everything from home and kitchen items, to gym equipment, to toys and even a Holiday Shop.
I have a handful of things that I know I want to pick up before the holidays so I gave myself a budget of $100 and crossed my fingers for the best.
First on my list was a new toaster oven. I love the one we have but the knob broke off and I hate looking for the knob every time I want to use it. Hayneedle offers a handful of models and we picked a great 4 slice toaster oven, perfect for our counter.
Also on my list was some Christmas gifts for the kids. Emma has been asking for a stroller for her Bitty Baby doll and David had the great idea of replacing some of our cheap plastic play food with better quality Melissa and Doug items. Hayneedle had a huge selection of both play strollers and play food.
In the end I bought a stroller from Kid Kraft (who I love because of their high quality, and 2 different food sets from Melissa and Doug. I love that Hayneedle offers such amazing brands at such great prices.
I was feeling very accomplished and hadn't yet blown my whole budget so I of course splurged on a Christmas item: a small lit wreath! Dave will kill me if he finds it but I just love it!
Hayneedle offered amazingly fast shipping and I'm excited to grab some more items for the holidays!
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