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2014 Holiday Gift Guide for the Family!

2014 Holiday Gift Guide (toddlers, moms, dads, kids, grandparents, and more!)

My favorite season is here and I would love to share it with you!  As you hunt for the best gifts for your friends and family, we here at FamilyCentsability.com are putting together our annual Holiday Gift Guide.

In our gift guide, you will find gift ideas for kids, moms, dads, grandparents, pets, and more!  Many of the products we feature also include a product review so you know just what you are spending your money on.

Please feel free to pop on over and follow Family Centsability on Pinterest!  On our Holiday Gift Guides board you’ll find other ideas we’ve found and shared.  We also have a very popular 15 Minute Baked Apple Cinnamon Roll-Ups Recipe you’ll love this winter!

Keep an eye out for product reviews to be added to the products we are trying out ourselves!

 

For the kids:

CrocLights Gust Boots and Dawson Easy On Sneakers

Ivy Kids Educational Subscription Box

Kreation Krate Kind Kids Craft Box

Lil Gadgets Bluetooth Headphones
Also view on Amazon

Lunatik iPad/iPhone Styluses
Also view on Amazon

Mickey Mouse Toddler Bed from Delta Children

Muck Boots 100% Waterproof Hale Boot

Sesame Street Talking ABC Elmo Figure

Surprise Ride Seasonally Themed Subscription Box

Transformers Rescue Bots Epic Optimus Prime Figure

Zoku Ice Pop Molds and Slush Maker

 

For the ladies:

Aura Cacia Essential Oil Products for Relaxation and Health
Also view on Amazon

Family_Time.Mine Daily Planner

FRENDS Stylish Headphones
Also view on Amazon

Gaiam Fitness & Wellness Products

iFrogz Phone Cases & Accessories

iLuv Selfy and JStyle Runway iPhone Cases

Lepow Poki 10000 mAh charger for phones

Little Pink Tools

Muck Boots 100% Waterproof Hale Boots

My Amazing Blowdry Secret Hair Care Line
Also view on Amazon

Otterbox Commuter Wallet Case
Also view on Amazon

Silk’n Hair Removal Device

 

For the men:

Muck Boots Wellie Style

Otterbox (rugged) Defender Case
Also view on Amazon

Zagg Invisible Shield Screen Protector

 

Press and brands:  Please contact us if you would like your products to be reviewed and included in our gift guide!   

 

Get your Christmas shopping done early with the annual holiday gift guide from FamilyCentsability.com!

 

 

 

 

speeCup: The Bluetooth Speaker with gesture control!

Gesture control makes this Siri and S Voice enabled bluetooth speaker unique!

 

I’ll admit it: I love technology.  Sometimes it really helps a mom out!  Just recently, we got a second car, and this changed a lot for our family!  Now I can take my toddlers out while my husband is at work.  We are no longer confined to our home during his work hours.  In the past few weeks, we have taken several trips to local indoor play places here in Central Illinois which have let my toddlers socialize even when it is too hot to play at the park.  A few weeks ago, we had a late start and headed to some stores first.  As we finished up and headed to the mall’s play place, I realized that my husband would be off work soon.  I wanted to give him a heads up so he could meet us there.  Since he was at work, a phone call may disrupt, but a text would not.  However, there was one problem – many states, including Illinois have created new laws that all cell phone use must be hands-free…not to mention how dangerous it can be to text and drive!  So either I had to pull over and park to call or text him, or break the law while endangering my kids as I drove.  << I’m not one to put my children in any unnecessary danger, or break laws, so naturally, I pulled over instead…for any of you who wondered! >>

Had I known about the speeCup at this time, my day would have been a lot easier!  I could have simply pressed a button, told Siri to text my husband a message, and been on our way.  Talk about convenience!

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Bluetooth headphones for kid’s – a safer solution from Lil Gadgets!

These bluetooth headphones by Lil Gadgets are a safe choice for your children!

 

When I was pregnant with my oldest, my mother joked that my son would be teaching her how to do things on the computer by the time he was 5 years old.  Honestly, that’ll probably be true!  My 3 year old has picked up how to use the iPad extremely well and loves technology.

With some somewhat long road trips in our near future (3 hour drives are LONG for a toddler!) I started looking for kid size headphones that might help us all keep our sanity on the road.  When I searched online and in stores, I found nothing but corded headphones.  So many scenarios start running through my head when I think of kids with corded headphones.  The easily distracted may forget they are hooked up to a device and start to run off, pulling the device off the table, damaging it as it drops to the ground.  Young children may unintentionally get a cord wrapped around their neck which could become uncomfortable or worse, cause strangulation.Continue Reading…

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