It’s the season to shower the little ones in our lives with love! And while love is expressed in various forms, finding a gift from a small business that will make them smile is so special.
The #WeAllGrow Latina Holiday Shopping Guide has compiled a list, so you can find the perfect gift for the youngest generation. Whether a newborn or the threes going on thirteens, you’ll find just the gift to make their corazoncitos sing!
Jayla’s Heirlooms creates handmade dolls of color because we believe every girl deserves a doll that highlights her natural beauty.
While raising her kids, and working full-time as a visual journalist, Susana Sanchez saw a need for her culture to be represented accurately to hand down to her bi-racial kids. She used current events and pieces of her childhood to create prints, cards, stickers, coloring books and paint kits that celebrate the culture.
Children’s basics and essentials made with sustainable and eco-friendly materials. Each toy and product is designed to enhance everyday life.
Created by a first-gen pair of Latina sisters, The Spanglish Kids have an online shop that exclusively provides tee shirts and accessories for kids. They are dedicated to amplifying their voices, language and culture through our brand.
With over 2,000 titles of the best books in Spanish for children, they pride themselves in curating the perfect collection of books from Latin America and Spain. They work directly with publishers to ensure they have access to the best and most recent/current titles.
Classic Childhood is a sustainable brand designed for children inspired by classic looks. They rescue preloved shirts from ending up in the landfill and turn them into children’s clothes.
A purpose-drive brand, Mixed Up Clothing is a children’s apparel line showcasing diverse cultures. Founded by Sonia Smith-Kang, an AfroLatina who uses fashion as a lens to multicultural stories, Mixed Up Clothing sources fabrics from around the world and turns them into fun everyday wear for children.
Mexicon’s Art is an ode to Founder Haydee’s roots, a native Cora from Tepic, Nayarit but raised in the border town of Tijuana, Mexico. Mexicons Art started as her college thesis when she studied Graphic Design in Mexico in 2000’s.
Guava wants to bring families back into the kitchen where they can grow, learn, and connect. Guava Kitchen is a fun cooking and nutrition education resource for kids. It is a place where children can connect to food by learning and preparing meals they can share with family and friends.
Chic Party Goods was created to embrace culture in a fun way! A place where someone could shop for unique Latinx party goods, fashionable accessories, and more, all inspired by the Latin culture! Every item in the shop is carefully selected while keeping culture and tradition alive.