Re: Christmas presents- limit number per child...question
We do "something to share" instead of something to wear. Board games, sports equipment that needs two to play etc.
So, want, need, share, read. Plus a couple of things from mum and dad and something from each other. And a stocking. Gee, that still sounds like too much listed out like that, doesn't it?
Plus what they receive from extended family. Who are now mostly receptive to working from a very specific list.
As they get older (7 and 4 yr old's, ds) they ask for specific things. Rock climbing gear like dad, a particular lego set. And as it's something they REALLY want, they are super happy to receive it and don't go worrying about quantity.
to 3 boys, Hunter
'08 and Lightning,