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We know life gets a little (okay, a lot) busy around this time of year so if you haven't crossed off everyone on your Christmas list just yet, here's your reminder that you still have some time, mama. Fortunately, that Amazon Prime membership of yours comes in handy, and there are plenty of gifts you can send virtually so you don't have to wrap anything.

Here are some of the best last-minute gifts to get everyone on your list.

 
Book of the Month $50

Monthly Subscription

The bookworm in your life will love this subscription service. Purchase a plan and they’ll get to choose one book a month from some of the best authors around.

Amazon $100

Fire 7 Kids Tablet

Ready to give your kiddos their first tablet? We love this one because it comes with a kid-proof case, 2-year worry-free guarantee (if your little one breaks it, Amazon replaces it) and ability to connect to WiFi.

Kidkraft $170

Play Kitchen

Take pretend play to a whole new level with this gold and white play kitchen, complete with a 27-piece cookware set.

Baby Einstein $80

Clever Composer

This toy is perfect for the little learner in your life. We love it because it helps boosts your child’s fine motor skills (and their attention span) by giving them several items to play with, essentially building their own musical composition.

Anker $70

Portable charger

For the person who always needs a charger, this one has three USB ports so they’ll never be without battery again. It charges phones more than six times and tablets at least twice.

B. Toys $18

Fabric blocks

These six super soft blocks are easy for the littlest ones to play with. Plus, each one has a place for inserts to be added that shake, rattle and roll.

Magna-Tiles $50

32-piece set

Kids will spend hours creating various designs with these 3D magnetic tiles. And with more than 1,000 5-star reviews, you can’t go wrong.

Stitch Fix $20

Gift Card

Give the gift of shopping with a virtual gift card! Whether your best friend is a serious shopper or your mom never steps foot in a store, Stitch Fix is here to help. They’ll take a quiz about what they like and dislike and then a stylist will handpick items to send over (simply gift the $20 styling fee). They only pay for what they like and keep.

Rothys $145

Flats

Made from recycled water bottles, Rothys are a super comfortable flat that is machine-washable. Pro tip: Order a half size up. Super short on time? Send a virtual gift card for the style you know they’ll love.

Learning Resources $50

Coding Robot

This set comes with 77 pieces that kids as young as 5 years old can play with. Botley, the robot will learn the more he’s played with, providing endless coding activities for kids to create.

Bloomscape $50

Plant

Bloomscape makes finding the perfect plant simple, delivering them straight to your door, fully-grown and with caring instructions. Not sure which plant they’ll enjoy? Send a gift card (complete with a tea towel) to let them pick out their favorite.

Melissa & Doug $12

Geometric Stacker

With 25 colorful wooden pieces, kids will have fun stacking and sorting the different shapes (while working on their hand-eye coordination).

Audible $45

Membership

For the person who doesn’t have time to sit and read but still wants to enjoy the latest books—meet Audible. They’ll get one free credit a month, good toward any title in their audiobook library.

PCA Skin $129

Micro Peel At-Home Kit

So your bestie can’t get to her favorite derm, huh? No worries. This micro peel is super effective but also gentle to perform on your own. Plus, there is no downtime or peeling just amazing exfoliation, skin brightening and detoxing.

Boon $17

Bath Pipes

Make bath time more fun for your littles. The five pipes each have a different shape and function and they all suction to the wall.

Disney+ $80

Gift subscription

Beam a whole year’s worth of exclusive Disney content into their home, including first-run movies, original series, and access to the Disney vault.