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Psst! Amazon has a section featuring products that people put on their wish lists and registries most often.
Here are some of the coolest and most useful products from that section this week:
1. The cutest little cactus you’ve ever seen.
5. An “udderly fun” stacking game to play on the farm.
Or not on the farm, but it would be really great to play on a farm.
Promising review: “This purchase was gifted to friends who many times when we call them to ask how are they doing, say they are playing the Cow Stacking game, so five stars…no complaints yet. Blessings.” —Amazonia
7. Colorful metal bookends that’ll make you hoot with joy.
Promising review: “These are super cute and work fantastically on my kids bookshelf. They are pretty strong and hold up all my kids normal books and board books well without being TOO heavy that they can’t move them if needed.” —JaclynTurner
8. A picnic blanket that fits into a teeny little pouch.
Promising review: “I bought this for a trip to Disneyland and used it when watching parades. It was wonderful and I can’t wait to use it for other things. It is very light and was so easy to fold back up and put in its pouch. Did it in less than one minute on the first try.” —stampinfan
9. A set of dessert bowls and spoons to use at an ice cream sundae party.
Promising review: “Love these cups! My mom had a similar set when I was growing up and I absolutely loved eating ice cream out of them. When I got them and showed my daughter (she’s 4), she was so excited and asked to have an ice cream tea party right away!” —Brittany Doherty
11. Pretty rosy blush that comes with a fluffy powder puff.
Promising review: “I have been through the ringer trying to find a good blush: I have tried high end (Butter London, Too Faced, Lancome) and drugstore trusted faves, but so far, this little fella is my favorite yet. It stays on way longer than most creams do, plus the color is wonderful and the packaging is just ridiculously adorable. LOVE.” —Lindsey H.
14. A malleable mushroom-shaped lamp that glows in a variety of different colors and can be set to turn off on a timer.
Promising review: “Our 3-year-old was constantly saying that he was afraid of the dark and coming into our room. This light was the solution! It is easy enough to use that he can turn it on and flip thru the colors. The timer is wonderful: we set it for 60 minutes, so it turns off after he is sleeping.” —Kim
15. A book for anyone who loves Legos, architecture, or those Lego architecture sets.
Promising review: “This book turned playtime with a 4-year-old into a slight obsession, not just with Legos, but with architecture. Living in NYC, I now walk around not only studying the architecture, but wondering how I could turn certain buildings into Lego models. LOVE THIS BOOK!” —Amazon Customer
17. A lovely floral teapot with a stainless steel tea infuser.
Promising review: “The best tea pot I have ever owned! I am a self-confessed Tea Snob, importing teas from all over the world, taking care and time with brewing each cup I drink, so when I say this is the best, I truly mean it.” —Yulia
19. A translucent bowling set for kids that’ll actually makes a satisfying clatter noise when they get a strike.
Promising review: “My twin boys (4 years old) now ask if they can go to the bowling alley (AKA playroom) so that they can bowl. Some days they will bowl for 20-30 minutes!!!” —Ashley Bradford
20. A wooden storage box for coloring-book lovers to keep their colored pencils in.
Promising review: “Wow, for the price, this wooden pencil box is an amazing buy! It holds all 120 of my Faber Castell colored pencils, with enough room for four blender and burnishing pencils.” —Sassy and Oliver
To see everything else people are wishing for on Amazon, click here.