The Times may earn a commission if you buy any of these gifts through links on our site. The items were independently selected.
Rock Your Baby designed this embroidered bomber with the coolest child on the block in mind. It fits little rebels from sizes 2 to 10. Vroom Vroom Bitsy Boo, 5031-B York Blvd., Los Angeles.
$75. Purchase here→
Pebble bases its collection of cuddly hand-knit baby toys on the core values of female empowerment, fair trade and safe work environments. TOPO by Kitchen Mouse, 5906 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles.
$17.50. Purchase here→
For fans of those itty-bitty cooking tutorials on YouTube, there’s SmartLab Toys’ Tiny Baking kit. The STEM-powered set comes with small utensils and a recipe book for making mini morsels. Dinosaur Farm, 1510 Mission St., South Pasadena.
$19.90. Purchase here→
These “plus ultra” PVC keychains are the perfect stocking stuffers for lovers of hit anime series “My Hero Academia,” whether they’re Team Todoroki or a Deku devotee. JapanLa, 7320 1/2 Melrose Ave.; 356 1/2 E. 2nd St., Los Angeles.
$8 each. Purchase here→
Plan Toys’ 26-piece wooden flashcard set helps little ones develop the basics of ABCs while learning signing skills.
$40. Purchase here→
Miss Modi’s line of hand-painted brass earrings — including these cosmically cute Planet Bunny drops — make for a dainty and whimsical addition to any outfit.
$40. Purchase here→
The folks at Tiepology design ties with plenty of fun flair. Get your diminutive dandy off to a stylish start with their line of kid-sized bow ties.
$20. Purchase here→
Leanna Lin’s Wonderland is filled with fun collectibles, including the limited-edition Miss Mindy’s Disney holiday vinyl collection. Hurry in to snag “The Nightmare Before Christmas” figurines signed by the local art star. Leanna Lin’s Wonderland, 5024 Eagle Rock Blvd., Los Angeles.
$30 each. Purchase here→
Moulin Roty’s posh dolls -- such as the limited-edition Constance -- are just waiting to accompany your little doll on all her chicest adventures. These fashion dolls — and many other divine European finds — fill the shelves at hidden Highland Park gem Merci Milo. Merci Milo, 6017 Echo St., Los Angeles.
$86. Purchase here→
It’s never too early to get baby hooked on L.A.’s favorite dish. This taco-shaped teething toy comes with a beaded chain (both made of food-grade silicone) and a rust-resistant clip that can attach to onesies and bibs.
$26. Purchase here→
Pint-sized music producers can jump-start their discography with the Loopy Lou handmade wooden digital recorder, which lets you loop, warp and layer audio. OK, 8303 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles.
$76. Purchase here→
Accessory lovers will find a different Meri Meri hair bauble every day when they peek inside this charming little cottage-shaped calendar.
$42. Purchase here→
The cool kids at L.A.’s Big Bud Press know just what hipster high-schoolers crave. Their locally made collection of corduroy hats are the right blend of ironic, colorful and retro.
$32. Purchase here→
Need to keep your toddler busy while traveling? This Sago Mini pillow unfolds into a kitchen playset complete with plush props that fit into sewn-in pockets. Find this and more on-the-go gifts at Pasadena indie book behemoth Vroman’s Bookstore, 695 E. Colorado Blvd.
$39.99. Purchase here→
This sophisticated satin scene-stealer is certain to be the focal point of the family holiday photo. Posh perfection aside — it has pockets! Omami Mini, the Row DTLA, 1320 E. 7th St., Los Angeles.
$94. Purchase here→
Tattly tapped bestselling children’s author Oliver Jeffers to design this set of Space Explorer temporary tattoos. Blast off into the stars with an astronaut or little green man.
$15 for a set of 8. Purchase here→
The Skyrail Ottovolante Elevator lets little tinkerers send 10 marbles zooming in all directions. It’s ideal for children who can’t get enough of Chris Burden’s “Metropolis II” installation at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
$62. Purchase here→
Quirky Carrots playing cards bring awareness to food waste by showing fruits and veggies that don’t make it to market just because of their odd looks. It’s one of the many unique finds at Venice boutique Salt, 1114 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
$24. Purchase here→
What better way to teach local tots their numbers than by using L.A.’s freeway signs? Sara Beth Greene takes kids on a counting spree from Griffith Park to the Pacific Coast Highway
in “Los Angeles 1 to 10,” her educational ode to our fair city.
$9.99. Purchase here→
The mother-daughter design team behind L.A.’s Anchors-n-Asteroids pays tribute to some of their favorite artists and musicians. Their limited-edition J is for Jean-Michel sweatshirt features a drawing by 10-year-old Pearl and comes in sizes 6 to 14.
$54. Purchase here→