If you’re looking for some kids Easter basket ideas or just need to make another purchase, why not support a small business? Here is a list of small businesses to support when buying children’s products online!
It’s always nice to support small businesses, but I think we’re all especially feeling that pull right now. With the economy really struggling right now, I know we’re doing our best to actually support small business with some of our kids Easter basket purchases.
Why create a list of small businesses in USA to support?
Of course, Amazon is so easy. But especially in this economic climate, we need small businesses to succeed. When the world returns to normal, it will be really nice to still have those shops that specialize and excel in various areas. Plus, they do wonders for job creation, local amenities, and general town life. Not to mention, they provide personal service and uniqueness. There are so many benefits to small business!
List of Small Businesses for Children’s Products
I was finding it difficult to find a list of small businesses that are still operating and that cater to children’s items, and from which you can purchase online. Here are some favorites that I’ve found. I hope this list of small businesses helps you support your local economy, as well as small shops around the USA and the world!
This list of small businesses to support contains affiliate links, but all opinions are 100% my own. That means I earn a small commission if you purchase through my link, but doesn’t change your price.
List of Small Businesses that Carry Children’s Products Online
We’ve listened to these darling audio stories for kids based on characters from around the world for a couple years now. Especially in a time when lots of us are staying home and mail can be delayed, it’s a perfect little Easter basket addition that will create hours of engagement for little ones.
We’ve had a Loom parent-child journal for a little over a year now and it’s such a special keepsake. So wonderful for recording thoughts and also for connecting with kids who have a harder time sharing emotions.
It doesn’t get cuter than these sweet little rain boots in fun patterns. The yellow ones with kites are my favorites – my daughter outgrew hers and I need to replace them! (You can get 10% off with the code LPF10.)
I’ve admired Bravery Magazine from afar for a while, and recently got to meet one of the founders. She was just as lovely as you’d expect, and I adore their mission to help us all learn more about brave women from around the world.
I’ve loved their women’s clothing (these pants are amazing) for a little while now, but recently found out they also carry children’s clothing.
Of course there are the classic baby moccs, but there are also other shoes, bags, and so much more. All are gorgeously crafted and the owner is the nicest human.
Salt & Honey Shop has so many darling things, and I especially love these little carrot socks!
These have been some of my older daughter’s favorite dresses for years. Cute, comfortable, durable, and twirly.
My friend Anne recently alerted me to these great magnetic hanging frames. They’re perfect for hanging some beautiful, easy-to-switch-out art in your child’s room.
This shop is new to me, but has lots of darling little things for a variety of ages. How cute is this sloth pin?
With options from caramels to toffees to darling seasonal treats, Lula’s has an assortment of chocolates for lots of different tastes. Made in Monterey, CA.
These bonded leather play mats are gorgeous and also functional. Perfect for all those at home storytimes and snack times that are sure to be happening.
Lots of local bookstores are offering shipping or pickup to keep things running even while stores are closed. Our favorite is Hicklebee’s bookstore, but be sure to call your own local one to see what options they have.
This shop has so so many beautiful and classy things. I especially love this alphabet National Parks print.
Heirloom Art Co has beautiful things in general, and now even has a Quarantine Collection with different creative pieces. I love this wooden puzzle!
I just love Caitlin’s work so much. So many beautiful pieces that would be perfect for a family area or a children’s room.
This audio paired with books for young children seems like a brilliant way for kids to learn a second language.
Does it get sweeter than smocked outfits?
Eeboo has all kinds of beautifully curated toys and games. Just check out this stunning village puzzle!
This is a neat idea for a 3-month view of a large calendar for a family!
Lots of sweet little things for celebrations big and small. How cute are these bunny plates?
I’ve loved Hum Stitchery’s children’s clothing for a few years now. It looks like most of their pieces are currently sold out, but keep an eye out for restocks!
This shop isn’t exclusively focused on children’s items, but they do carry a number of great kid’s items. I love these little books!
Lots of darling baby things over here from sleep gowns, hats, crib sheets, and more.
My daughter owns a pair of these and we love them. Leather is always beautiful, durable, and classic.
Speaking of leather children’s shoes, we also own a pair from this beautiful shop that has them made in Nicaragua to support job creation there.
Super cozy blankets, sheets, etc. for little ones.
These pajamas are so soft and cozy. Perfect for little and big kids.
High quality and classic children’s clothing. So beautiful.
Love these matching ties for men and boys. So many fun patterns!
Super soft and stretchy wraps to wear your baby.
I’ll continue to update this list of small businesses for children’s products as I hear of more shops, so please share any of your favorites in the comments!
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