Grandparents are notoriously difficult to shop for! They seemingly have everything and “grandparent” also encompasses so many different age groups. I think the key here is to be thoughtful with your gifting. Are they an experience kind of person or someone who’s very sentimental? Do they have hobbies they love or want to explore more? Start there and see where it takes you!
For pickleball enthusiasts, a chic new paddle is a no-brainer or a leather bound book of famous ballparks for a baseball aficionado. I love these personalized hats (would be a cute way to announce a pregnancy to a grandparent-to-be, too!) and personalized sweatshirts. For the sentimental, you could do baby handprints (this is the exact kit I used for Jack’s two sets of grandparents) or a special framed photo or memento. This digital frame has been a huge hit and is a gift that keeps on giving because you can add photos all the time to keep it fresh. And for the grandparent who already has everything else under the sun, maybe have them record a special story for your child’s Toniebox!