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post #11 of 13 Old 11-30-2012, 03:36 AM
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My kids are getting a TON of toys and clothes (hard to say what is Christmas because Melanie turns one 12/19 and kolton turns four 12/20 lol). Hubby is getting garage stuff, tools, etc. the in laws are getting "a Christmas story items" and bath things (mother in law LOVES bath stuff). Most family members are getting necklaces, candles, or alcohol (for the guys). My 2 sister in laws are getting ornaments you can put handprints in for keepsakes as a "first Christmas" ornament, one for her daughter and one for her dog. As for me my new mare is pretty much my Christmas and birthday gift (bday is 1/4). But I have hinted around for a new bridle/breast collar set.
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post #12 of 13 Old 11-30-2012, 11:31 AM
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Kids are getting ATV's, Carhartt's (which they are already wearing), some toys and other misc stuff.

A book series for my BIL
Not sure on my SIL yet.... maybe a Carhartt vest
My parents won't get their gifts until early next year to save on shipping costs, they are fine with that. So I haven't started thinking about them yet.

No gifts for me. We're barely scraping up enough for the kids. No wait, my mom did mail me a small there is some piece of small junk. Hopefully it'll at least be good for a laugh before it goes out to the garbage.
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post #13 of 13 Old 11-30-2012, 07:51 PM
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I'm actually still shopping for everyone, so this is an incomplete list!

Mother: She wanted Bath and Body Works Hand Sanitizers, and by God, she got them. Last year she got five...this year she already has about seven from me and might get one more. She also really likes their holiday soaps so I got her a vanilla scented one.

Father: Two scented hand sanitizers, otherwise I'm still looking! I was thinking cologne, but he got some for his birthday. Can a guy have too much cologne?

Sister: Body butter. And my big accomplishment of last weekend:

So, she really loved this hand sanitizer I got for my Mom (not for Christmas). Bath and Body works is seasonal and it was a fall scent so I didn't think it was going to happen. She wanted the lotion of it.

I go to the mall and I ask a worker if there's any of that scent left in anything. She said no.

A half hour later (I spend such a long time in that store) I FIND IT.

Not only do I find it, I find the soap that goes along with it! They are wrapped together and have a cute silver holder.

It was like the Holy Grail of my holiday shopping. So far...

Aunt: A scented plug-in thing.

I still definitely have to get my cousin, Gabrielle something, and one of my best friends. Plus, my Grandfather always gets either chocolate, peanuts or candy from me. Not sure if anyone else is getting anything . Besides for my love and smiling face, of course!

I asked for money for horse stuff, money for clothes (desperately need new clothes- they're too big and getting very ripped up), some chocolate, a Barnes and Nobles gift card and a scent sampler from Sephora. I might ask for one or two more things but that's pretty much it. Christmas is like the big thing in my family so I hope I don't seem spoiled haha.
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