The National Retail Federation asked parents what they're buying this year for their children. High tech gadgets edged out more traditional gifts, while some favorites remain on kids' wishlists for Christmas 2014.

These are the top toys parents are buying for their sons this year (by percentage of survey respondants):

#1 LEGO 14.2%

#2 Cars & Trucks 8.1%

#3 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 7.7%

#4 Video Games 7.5%

#5 Hot Wheels 4.6%

#6 Xbox One 4.4%

#7 PlayStation 4 4.2%

#8 Transformers 3.5%

#9 Remote Controlled Vehicle 2.7%

#10 (tie)Marvel Action Figures 2.3%

#10 (tie) Tablet/Apple iPad 2.3%

#11 (tie) Bicycle 1.8%

#11 (tie) Skylanders 1.8%

#12 (tie) Action Figures 1.5%

#12 (tie) Nerf 1.5%

#13 Athletic Gear 1.4%

#14 Minecraft 1.3%

#15 Star Wars 1.2%

Other 28%

And for their daughters:

#1 Disney Frozen 20.0%

#2 Barbie 16.8%

#3 Dolls 10.7%

#4 Monster High 5.2%

#5 American Girl 3.8%

#6 LEGO 3.1%

#7 Tablet/Apple iPad 3.0%

#8 My Little Pony 2.1%

#9 Disney Doc McStuffins 1.9%

#10 Apparel 1.8%

#11 Disney Princess 1.5%

#12 Make-up and Hair Accessories 1.4%

#13 Smartphone/Apple iPhone 1.1%

# 14 Stuffed Animal 1.0%

#15 (tie) Hello Kitty 1.0%

#15 (tie) Lalaloopsy 1.0%

Other 24.8%