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Last Minute Stocking Stuffers Guaranteed To Bring Some Joy

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It never fails, just when you think you’re done holiday shopping you remember you still need stocking stuffers. Well, never fear, we have a few ideas that make their holiday holly jollly!

1. Candy Coal

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You know at least one of your kids needs this in their stocking.

2. Mad Libs

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Mad Libs are life! Or the were in the ’90s anyway.

3. Cuddly Critters Fuzzy Slipper Socks

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Because they are sloth slipper socks, and they are freaking adorable!

4. Fidget Spinner

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Don’t forget to add a couple annoying toys.

5. Nerf Darts

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Tell us that these are all over your house, too. Please?

6. Holiday Collection Lip Balm

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Dropping lip balm in the stocking is Santa level: Expert.

7. UNO Color & Number Matching Card Game

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If you never yelled “DRAW FOUR” then laughed maniacally you aren’t really living.

8. LEGO Minifigures Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts

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So you have something to step on later.

9. Polly Pocket

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If you don’t put this in your kids’ stockings, will you put it in ours?

10. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Miniatures Candy Cane

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Let’s be real, these taste better than the original candy canes anyway.

11. Crayola Bathtub Crayons

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These are super cool! They’d be a little cooler if we weren’t the ones cleaning the tub, but cool no less.

12. Cra-Z-Art Mini Doodler

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The original iPad.

13. Elmer’s Glitter Glue

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Because slime is life when you’re not old enough to drive.

14. Shopkins

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In case you miss the Legos, you can step on one of these instead.

15. Hatchimals CollEGGtibles

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They love these. We don’t know what, but they do.

Stockings are our favorite part of the holidays! It’s like a million little gifts all in one box. Don’t forget to fill all the empty space with chocolate!

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