By Ashley Aikele
Up next on our gift guides… Parents! What do you like to get your parents for the Holidays? It seems like I rotate between a framed picture of my daughter or our family and some kitchen gadget (my parents collect them). This year I branched out and came up with 20 gift ideas.
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- For my parent’s birthdays this year we got them fitness tracking devices and they turned out to be a huge hit! My dad even stayed up to midnight one night running around the house trying to burn one more calorie.
- Are you parents traveling? Consider getting them some nice passport cases.
- You really can’t go wrong with a framed picture of the kids (or granddog!)
- My family is a game family so I can’t think of anything my parents would love more than the classic family game Charades.
- This nice leather envelope would be a sweet gift if you filled it with old family pictures.
- If your parents like to be in the kitchen consider getting this iPad stand that comes with a stylus so you don’t have to get your iPad dirty with your sticky fingers.
- These totes are the perfect size, are reversible, and come in lots of fun color combinations!
- Growing up mom always wanted a new pair of slippers for Christmas. These slippers might just take the cake for coziness!
- Individual Pizza stones. Perfect for cooking for one or two or for pizza night with the grandkids.
- If your mom likes to make up tea for the whole gang then this tea pitcher fits the bill!
- You can never go wrong with a Capri Blue candle.
- The perfect fall cheese knives for all her holiday parties.
- A vintage kitchen timer that is so charming it won’t even matter if she uses it or not.
- If your dad is a master griller then he will probably enjoy his own customizable grilling brand.
- Can’t go wrong with a good pair of dad slippers!
- A laser putter to help keep his golf game on point.
- We all know how dads get possessive of their nice flashlights. Why not make it official and get him a gold flashlight?
- A pocket shaver so he can shave anytime, anywhere.
- A baseball hat equipped with an LED light so he can find whatever he’s looking for in the garage.
- A foldable ice scrapper for those cold early mornings.