Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Christmas Gift Ideas For The Family





Christmas will be here before we know it. Black Friday and Cyber Monday have happened, and there are 21 shopping days left until Christmas Day.

I don't know what you are like, but I try and avoid the malls and stores as Christmas gets closer. I like to have everything out of the way and focus on my home and family as it draws near.

If you are still wondering what to buy for people on your list, I have a few ideas below for you to consider while you are making up your gift list.

Stocking Stuffer: POP Sockets are a fun accessory that you can add to any phone. They come in plenty of colours and designs, so there are lots of choices for those you need a stocking stuffer for. You could even buy a few so they can change up depending on their mood.



Gifts for littles:  Most toddlers love trucks. I know both of my boys spent a ton of time playing with different trucks and vehicles. My youngest especially - he had a large assortment of construction vehicles (we actually had so many that he liked to bring to the park with him, that they filled the wagon. To the point that he couldn't even sit in the wagon, he had to walk)  The CAT tough rigs are a great addition under the tree this year. There are four different 15" vehicles available. These retail at Toys R Us for $19.99


Family Gifts:  Board games! I love adding board games to our collection. It's a great way to sit and have some fun together as a family. Depending on the game, it can be a great activity for all ages. An afternoon snacking on some Christmas treats and playing an assortment of games! Some new ones we were introduced to recently are KeyForge, YumYum, Ghost Blitz. Corinth and Clack! These are games that I was not familiar with - so it's always nice to be exposed to something new!  They are good for different age ranges and number of players.


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