Thursday, December 15, 2005

Finito

Christmas shopping is finished. I think. Even stocking stuff. Let me see...

My husband is getting a hfsjfbfi and a hihfdkjs and one fhskdhs. As if I'd let him see what's he is getting before hand. Hah!

The Boy gets a toy castle (like a dollhouse for boys), some knights, a book about space and a huge package of colored pencils.

The Middle Girl is getting a dollhouse, dolls, a book about fairies, and something else that slips my mind.

The Baby Girl is getting tights, slippers, and um...well all the milk she can drink at the Mommy milk bar...there might be another present in there for her, but I didn't really have bright ideas.

I got presents for my husband's grandparents, parents, siblings and their kids. Many of these things I got way back in June or so, when I found them on sale. It does make this time of year simpler. At this point in the season, I'm always rather glad that my family doesn't celebrate Christmas. The Boy's class got a joint gift for his teachers and I gave the kids' Sunday School teachers notecards from my supply of notecards with my paintings on them. I got something for my husband's assistant and for his office Christmas party.

Now comes the fun part. Wrapping! AAAAAUUUGH!

3 comments:

angie said...

Hey, here's a bright idea.....You finish my shopping and I will GLADLY wrap anything you need me to. Just shop for me!! Please!!!
Seriously, "Congratulations!" on a complete shopping season!

patricia said...

I know you don't MEAN to brag... ;-)
Congratulations!

Lenise said...

We didn't buy Jay anything last year. Seemed kinda silly, since 3-month-olds don't do much! This year, he's getting those giant lego block-like things in a little red wagon, a Little Engine That Could book, and a play cell phone/ keychain set. Yay! Electronic doodads! We're also waiting until then to open the workbench my parents bought him. He's been playing with puzzles from the other grandfolks since he was in Michigan. And by playing, I mean pulling out the pieces and flinging them over his shoulder. One nice thing about wall-to-wall carpet: lots of flinging, no damage to the floor!

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