The LatinoDad Last Minute Holiday Gift Guide

THREE DAYS before Christmas and still haven’t done your holiday shopping? We get it.

We assembled a holiday list of stocking stuffers, quick-grabs off the shelves or online orders where you may need to extend Christmas a little bit, right? Who doesn’t like that!

Our gift ideas list includes affordable products from small businesses up to products available on big box store shelves.

Here we go!

Canticos World

Little books come with an app to download, so kids can sing along and learn nursery rhymes. Packed full of bilingual goodness to immerse your children in the Spanish language and learning! Canticos can be found by searching ‘Canticos‘ Target online and on store shelves, for only $5.99! We said $5.99. Can’t go wrong here.

Funky Town Pomade

Got bros with beards? Facial hair care is taken another level this past year – with more brands catering to the homeboys with what else, beards, goatees or ‘staches. Funky Town’s waxes, shaving products and beard care are great stocking stuffers and under $5.00. While you peruse Funky Town Pomade check out the sister brand, Sad Girl Cosmetics lipglosses, haircare for the ladies in your life.

Green Piñata Toys

Who says you have to ‘buy’ toys all-the-time? Why not rent them? Green Piñata Toy share program does just that – every month receive 4 cleaned and sanitized, educational toys for your early learning kid for only $24.99 to start. Best part – shipping is easy and free both ways!

Mooham Block Tape For Legos

The coolest thing ever and you may never step on a Lego brick again! Block tape for Legos will take your kids play into another dimension with creativity! Just know you will need walls and maybe ceilings to be available. The bendy tape can be ordered on Amazon. $15.99 for 4 colors.










Star Wars R2D2 Lunch Bag

Your kid will be the coolest at lunch. Only $10 available at Target in store. Best of all, it comes with a button that emits lights and Star Wars sound effects.

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