Ugh, I have no clue. I contemplated skipping gifts this year, we have too much stuff already but I should probably figure out some things especially since she's really starting to believe in Santa. She has told me she is going to ask Santa for jingle bells for her room, so that will be on the list lol. I will grab some stocking stuffers (socks, snacks, hair brush, tooth brush, tooth paste, basically things she needs/will need soon). She told us at dinner the other night that Papa is buying her a tv for her room because he's a good guy. Haha, yeah no way kid not happening!
Post by mommabakes on Nov 23, 2016 10:40:26 GMT -5
Nothing too big because my in-laws go insane with their giving and my house is not big enough for all the crap they give. We're done shopping though and DD is getting some books, a puzzle, Tinkerbell toys(which are SO hard to find here!), A hotwheels track, and a Cap America action figure(from DS) DS is getting some books, a puzzle, a Tonka Truck, and the little people farm set and a Hulk action figure from DS. Stockings will be fruit snacks, crayons, glow sticks, those pill shaped foam things that grow into animals when dropped into water, playdough, a couple Reese's trees, and clip on earrings, nail polish, and hair clips for DD, a couple toy tools in DSs.
She asked Santa for "lollipops, stuffed animals and a bounce house". We actually considered one of those small Little Tykes bounce house, but since she wouldn't be able to use it all winter we decided against it. I'm thinking a Love Sac with some bookshelves(she is desperately needing some, her book shelf is currently a laundry basket) and a bunch of new books, and we'll make her a cozy reading nook in her room. Plus a ton of Paw Patrol stuff and "pretty dresses".
ETA: The reason her bookshelf is a laundry basket is because even anchored we never felt the one she had was sturdy or safe, so we took it down when she started walking/climbing and never replaced it.
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