Oh boy, alot of people are going to hate me for starting this thread early. Christmas is about a month and a half away and I already began thinking about what I am going to get my family for Christmas.
I'm starting to think about that as well. Last year I was out on Christmas Eve doing shopping... I actually like being out and shopping during all the madness, but maybe I'll get everything first this time around and just go out and enjoy the madness without being part of this time around.
It's okay everyone knew that this thread was coming anyway. You should try and get something that the whole family can enjoy at once, maybe a Wii, or something like that, I honestly have no idea what to buy because I have very little experience on Christmas shopping it's really hard to figure out what everyone wants and if I get a whole family gift then there's the problem of everyone not liking it, maybe this year I can get some experience for Christmas shopping, anybody else have trouble Christmas shopping?
I won't be buying any Christmas presents this year until around June, because that is when my family is having our Christmas. We won't all be able to get together until then so we have decided that we will do it then as a family.
I went to the mall today and it was busy. I think for this Christmas, I am going to give the family gift cards cause I really don't know what they want. I would hate to buy something they don't like and have them return it.
The tickle me Cookie Monster and Ernies are out of stock at the local Target here. I was going to buy one and donate it to an organization that gives kids toys for Christmas. I will have to check some other stores to see if they have them.
I've been thinking about Christmas shopping as well, about what to get for this person. I try to avoid the madness at the malls but when I see a gret deal, I would usually get it. So I try to hold out as long as I can because department stores will get desperate and would lower prices to gain more sales. Sometimes, I shop online just to get a great deal because it adds up quite fast.