Have your kids started pouring over the Holiday wish books yet? Are they circling items in sharpie or leaving “hints” around the house or on your weekly shopping list?
Giftbirdy moves the wish book and holiday wish list into the 21st century. It harnesses the power of Amazon in a kid-friendly platform that’s easily updatable. Kids are able to create wish lists from Amazon’s vast inventory.
With a little help, kids can sort through kid-friendly categories, and add gifts to their wish lists. Emailing the link to relatives is easy, and the wish list is updated as purchases are made. This kind of tracker will come in handy for my own nieces and nephews, who are into toys that have eleventy hundred assorted “sets”. Knowing which ones they really want, and which ones have been purchased will be really helpful this holiday season. I’m thinking Grandma may also appreciate knowing which “pink Polly Pocket” MaM is referring to when making her own requests.
Visit Giftbirdy yourself, and see what the fuss is about. This welcome video will tell you everything you need to know. It takes about 2 minutes to make an account and start browsing, and when your child is done, she can stick around and play games on the site.
The Funhouse is home to fun games, and while playing, kids can earn points, which can be redeemed for ‘bambinos”. Any kid into collecting is going to want to start logging in to earn those little critters.
So there you have it. Gift Birdy is online wish list making that’s easily sharable with whatever little helpers would like to see the list. What’s not to like about that?
Do you kids still spend hours dreaming with a toy catalogue? Have they tried making a wish list online before?
**Disclosure: This is a sponsored post from One2One Network and Gift Birdy. All opinions stated are my own.