Can we all breathe a collective sigh of relief that the holidays are finally over? Phew. We made it and hopefully both you and your little ones were happy with all you received.
We’re guessing if someone you know got one of the gifts below, he/she was beyond thrilled because these bestselling products were on just about everyone’s wish list.
And hey, if someone you know was a little disappointed, there’s still time to snag one of the hottest products of 2010. New Year’s presents are non-traditional, but I doubt anyone will turn down an iPad…
iPad: Despite all the initial hoopla about the name, the iPad ($580) went on to be the gift everyone was asking for this year. And considering all it does–you can read books, browse the Web, check your email, download games and apps, the list goes on–we have a feeling people will still be coveting iPads well into 2011.
Silly Bandz: There wasn’t a schoolkid in the country that didn’t have a massive collection of these colorful rubber bracelets on his/her arm this year. Until they were banned, that is. It wasn’t long before celebrities and fashion designers jumped on the Silly Bandz ($5) craze, too.
Sing a Ma Jigs: I’m betting you didn’t see a morning show segment about the hottest holiday toys that didn’t include Sing a Ma Jigs ($13 each). These singing dolls sold out twice this year, but there are still in a few in stock now. Probably not for long, though…
Xbox Kinect: Most of the gifts that were sold out before Christmas are back in stock now–not the Xbox Kinect, though. The controller-free gaming system changed the video game landscape and was on track to sell 5 million consoles in 2010 alone. If you want one, better head to eBay.
Lelli Kelly shoes: We get a lot of insight on what our readers are buying here at MOMfinds and by far the bestselling product we’ve featured this year is Lelli Kelly shoes. The colorful, blinged-out kicks were hot when back-to-school season hit and were big during the holidays, too.
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