Holiday gift guide: Children’s gifts in downtown Franklin


Holiday gift guide: Children’s gifts in downtown Franklin

Children smile for a photo at the 2017 Veteran’s Day Parade downtown // Photo by Brooke Wanser

By BROOKE WANSER

Those looking for a specialty gift should look no further than one of the most unique, local places to shop: downtown Franklin. With a little digging, you can find something for everyone on your list.

Below are a few children’s items from local stores.

Mapgies: The Girl’s Shoppe, 504 West Main Street

Girls’ rubber wristlet and backpacks, $14.50-$34 // Photo by Brooke Wanser
Store clerk Wesley said these glitter bath bombs are popular among girls, at $8 apiece // Photo by Brooke Wanser
Dreamcatcher, $60-$74 // Photo by Brooke Wanser

Bink’s Outfitters, 421 Main Street

A wide range of Patagonia fleeces and North Face jackets are available for toddlers and young children inside this active lifestyle store // Photo by Brooke Wanser

Avec Moi, 418 Main Street

Infant and toddler booties comes in all sorts of animal styles, $12.50 // Photo by Brooke Wanser

The Registry, 347 Main Street

Store owner Kathy Berry holds up finger puppet ornaments, perfect for children’s stocking stuffers, $7 // Photo by Brooke Wanser

White’s Mercantile, 345 Main Street

A rubber band gun will bring back your own childhood memories, $25 // Photo by Brooke Wanser
A faith-based onesie that will show love to little ones, $32 // Photo by Brooke Wanser

Rock Paper Scissors, 317 Main Street #110

A cloud light will brighten up any child’s room, $92 // Photo by Brooke Wanser

About The Author

Brooke Wanser is the associate editor for the Franklin Home Page, and can be reached at brooke.wanser@homepagemediagroup.com. Follow her on Twitter at @BWanser_writes or @FranklinHomepg.

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