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Great Gifts for Grandparent's Day

Did you know that this Sunday is Grandparent's Day? A special holiday devoted to all the amazing grandmas, grandpas, nanas, papas, grammys, and grampys out there? (We spend most weekends with my parents--so this sounds like every Sunday to me!) Nevertheless, I have to admit, I've never really acknowledged this calendar occasion in the past. Instead, we've celebrated both grandmas on Mother's Day and both grandpas on Father's Day. But, this year, we'll shower them with extra love, special attention, and sweet little gifts... Because if anyone is deserving of a second special day—it's grandparents!

To celebrate, I've rounded up a few fun finds that are perfect for Grandma and Grandpa. From framed photos to easy-to-use gadgets, here are a few perfect picks for G-Ma, Mamey, PopPop, Bobo... or, you know, whatever you and your kids call 'em!

1. Minted Precious Family Tree Art, $42 - $465
Grandma and Grandpa will love this charming personalized family tree art. It features the faces of all their favorite people—big and small!

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2. Hallmark Ceramic Travel Mug, $ 17
Grandmas love coffee too! (Who did you think you got your caffeine addiction from, Mom?) This on-the-go mug will help remind Grammy of her two favorite things.

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3. Personalized Grilling Spatula, $23
The ultimate grilling pro, Grandpa worships his barbecue! And now he’s got the tool to prove it!

4. Ily Co. Family Phone, $199
Imagine your children video calling their grandparents every day after school, or swapping pictures with loved ones whenever they want. This beautiful, sleek new family phone provides a safe, simple way for family members to connect through voice, video, and messaging. ILY is available for pre-order at www.ily.co/.

5. Bevy Device, $299
Bevy gives families a private way to easily share content and helps free up valuable local storage space on devices to help bring joy back to capturing and sharing family memories. It consists of a small device that lives in your home, plus a mobile app that everyone in your family can download to their various devices in order to easily contribute and enjoy photos and videos from the family’s collection anytime and anywhere.

6. Williams Sonoma Chantal Vintage Tea Kettle, $60
Is tea time a ritual for Gram and Gramps? This lovely vintage-inspired enameled-steel tea kettle boils water quickly, then alerts you with a whistle.

7. Williams Sonoma Reusable Garden Bag, $18
Do Grandma and Grandpa enjoy their vegetable garden? This “Romaine Calm” reusable farmer’s market bag is charming (and who can resist garden humor?). Fill it with fresh flowers, local produce, and a bottle of wine for an extra fun surprise.

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