Remember being a kid and looking through the Toys R Us Holiday ad at all of the choices for Santa to bring you? My parents would hand my sister and I each an ad and a sharpie for us to circle our favorite things. Low and behold, by the time they got the ads back, there was almost never anything NOT circled.
Fast forward 15 years later and now those holiday ads have been replaced with kids on YouTube sharing their huge PR packages and convincing other children that they need $300 in blind bags too. Don’t get me wrong, my kids love those mystery bags but oh how the times have changed……
This year, we are letting our children pick 3 things that they absolutely want and 3 things that they need. We want them to prioritize items that they will actually enjoy and not just make a huge list of every possible gift because let’s face it, their list would be a mile long if I left it up to them.
Lucky for you, I’ve included a FREE printable of our Christmas Wish List! Don’t get caught spending $100 on that awesome gift you think your children will love and then realizing that they would rather of had that $15 blind bag. I’m so guilty of this!
What are your kiddos asking for Christmas? Let me know in the comments.