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It’s the time of year when most bloggers begin to put together their gift guides and giveaways to help those of out there who are clueless about what kids want. Over the weekend, my mother-in-law asked the kids for their Christmas lists. One kid wrote a few items, while the other one gave her a two page list filled with gaming accessories, virtual reality toys, and what nots.
I took a look at it and immediately shook my head in disbelief. These kids have such nerve asking for these expensive items when I was happy with LEGOs, dolls, and an Easy Bake Oven. Where are those kids? They no longer exist, at least not in my home.
My kids want the Echo Dot so they can turn up each night before bedtime…omg! We do have Alexa which we love, most days until the commercial comes on then it gets weird… Between my two, they want a scooter, iPad Mini, two of the latest Yokai Watch Bony Spirits and Pokemon Sun & Moon games for their Nintendo DS devices. They both want them and apparently they can’t share the games because it messes their progress up.
Is this true?
My daughter recently won a Drone from her school home sale, but it broke the same day. Now, both kids want a Drone. Awesome! After spending a few days at Culture Play Camp earlier this year, she also wants this Virtual Reality device for her phone…which she doesn’t have. Wishful thinking.
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If your pockets are light this holiday season, my mommy blogger friends from Mommy R + R, US Japan Fam, and Stroller in the City all have awesome gift guides with a giveaway attached to it just for you. Don’t forget to enter!
Good luck and happy holidays!
Mommy R + R wants us to take care of ourselves with this pamper friendly giveaway valued at $250 – Ends December 12th
US Japan Fam has a great giveaway for families with toddlers and preschoolers valued at $350 – Ends December 12th
Stroller in the City also has a Travel gift guide you’ll want to check out too – Ends December 12th
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