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The holidays are filled with wonder and cheer, especially for children. Here at Mila and Rose, we know how precious these sweet moments are with your family, and want to help you cherish them instead of worrying about the details. Below are some gifting recommendations, that are bound to make your little one’s smile! 
We have also had our team list some of their favorite holiday family traditions!



Sisters? We have the perfect gift for you! 

Many of our styles have coordinating “big girl” and “little girl” silhouettes. Some prints even come in three different styles, for big, middle, and little sis! These are the perfect gift to have sisters open together, because not only will they look super cute wearing them, but the reactions of them opening them at the same time are priceless! 

little girl in mermaid scales headbandlittle girl in lavender tank tutu leotardlittle girl in I heart daisies ruffle twirl dress


Stocking Stuffers

Looking for non-“chachki” stocking stuffers? 

We recommend:

 summer picnic pom pom romper and tutu dressgirls in twirl dresses with dolls

Personalized Gifts

Personalized gifts make kids feel special, and they will be treasured for many years to come. We suggest personalizing gifts that can age with your little one. Although Etsy is our go-to for all things personalized, you can also search for a local embroidery shop near you!

cranberry velvet twirl dress in front of Christmas treelittle girl with bookmerry and bright twirl and tutu dress

Starting Traditions

As your little ones grow, so will your amount of family traditions. A gift can be a fun way to introduce and implement a new tradition. We asked our Mila and Rose staff what their favorite family traditions are, and have listed them below:

    • Elf on a Shelf
    • Reading The Christmas Story as a family on Christmas Eve
    • Reading The Night Before Christmas as a family on Christmas Eve
    • Getting matching pjs or dresses on Christmas Eve to wear for Christmas Day
    • Making “Martha Washington” candies
    • Making a “Christmas Eve box” for your kids with Christmas pjs, movies, books, and snacks for the night
    • Getting a new board game to play on Christmas Eve
    • Decorating gingerbread houses

If you have any questions or want to share your own holiday traditions with us, please feel free to contact us


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