Today we tried to stop Eva (and the rest of the girls) from playing with my mom’s pretty porcelain nativity set because it is so fragile. At one point, Eva was rocking and kissing the baby Jesus, and then she held him up to Mary. When I asked her what she was doing, she said “Baby Jesus hugging his Mama!” Too sweet! It’s important for kids to have a nativity set they can actually handle and play with, and that’s why we own a couple of kids nativity sets. Now I want to get one for my mother’s house too.
Felt Nativity Set, $129: This colorful, folksy set is lovely enough to display and durable enough to play with!
Ostheimer Nativity Set, $480.25: You can buy this pricey, heirloom quality nativity by the set or by the piece. Handmade in Germany, the quality is exceptional.
Kids Pageant Nativity, $29: Sweet and petite, this affordable set offers lots of play potential and great detail.
Plush Nativity Set, $13.99: Cuddly characters make this nativity set particularly kid-friendly!
Playmobil Nativity Set, $28.97: It’s no secret that I love Playmobil, and this sweet set features tons of detail and a book of the Christmas story.
Fisher Price Little People Nativity, $39.95: The quintessential kid’s nativity, this is a great starter set that will last for years.
Nativity Puzzle, $16.99: This massive 1000 piece puzzle could be the start of a great new holiday tradition, and will certainly inspire conversations about the Chrismtas story as the family puts it together!
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