This is a sponsored post in which I was compensated in product from Wicked Uncle for my honest opinion of their service and products.
As a parent I know that it isn’t always feasible to make it to everyone’s birthday parties, but I often feel bad when I am unable to show up especially if it is for close family or friends. That is where Wicked Uncle comes into play. They offer high quality gifts that are easy to navigate on their website so that you can find the best gift for that someone who resides a long distance away from you.
When shopping at Wicked Uncle you have the option to gift wrap the items that you are purchasing. You can choose to have one wrapped or multiple items. They allow you to select your paper choice for each item and also allow you to label who each package is for. This is a great feature if you are sending multiple gifts to one address, but they are for multiple people.
I chose to use the alphabet wrapping paper for my son because he is obsessed with animals and we are working on letter recognition right now. It wasn’t any special occasion so I told my son that these gifts were something special for him from his new baby brother that willing be joining us in November.
He was just thrilled to get something special while so much is changing here in the home. When I was picking out toys I looked at products under both the 3 year old boy and the 4 year old boy categories for ideas on what to get him since he is 3 1/2 years old right now. I think I did a pretty good job because he instantly fell in love with all 3 items I got for him.
I have a feeling that I will be using Wicked Uncle’s services to get gifts to a few of my nephews that live far away. We generally can’t make it to their birthday parties due to the distance and timing of their parties so this will give me a chance to get gifts to them without worrying about mailing them after I purchase them.
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