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  1. What are you getting your 8 ish year old boy this Christmas? Some things I am considering... Lego's Hexbug Inchworm Some sort of game Some sort of educational thing For my daughter, I really have no ideas… Need help!
  2. Hive, For Christmas this year, I want to give travel-related gifts to the family because we have a big group trip scheduled for next April. I am racking my brain to come up with something very useful and/or very fun related to travel. It would be a big bonus if this gift is practical for a 10 hour international flight (business class if that matters). When my sister left for an out-of-state college a couple of years ago, I gave her and my parents personalized luggage IDs and bungee things that helped stack luggage on luggage when going through the airport. Suggestions?! Pleeeeeeeas
  3. And what unique/special items are going into your boxes? Each year we try to do 2 boxes--one boy, one girl in dd's age category. But each year we just send the same old things--toiletries, school supplies, candy and a nice stuffed animal. I want to have a better plan for next year. Next year we'll be in the 10-14yo category. I've been looking around the interwebs and most of the lists on various blogs say the same thing--which is what we already send. But I did see one that mentioned underwear--with accompanying testimonial from recipient. And baseball glove--another testimonial. Another p
  4. I (after many years of reading these boards) just looked up AoPS! Ugh! Too late for us...I just spent too much time using these boards for language arts mostly and never bothered listening to the math chatter. I have been told by son's occasional math tutor that he has a different approach to solving problems, and I observe him doing math for fun all the time...I wonder how someone can read an 300 page book about math filled with words! Math is what he does for fun. So, maybe it is not quite too late to fuel the love with math gifts! He has 'Joy of Math' TC DVD's and 11 Rubik's cubes...w
  5. I was reading the no money for christmas thread (and I am there since my separation) and I keep thinking that we need to share all the clever, inexpensive gift tutorials we see on the Internet. I'll start (and I'll add more because I have seen a bunch) with this: Felt Play Mat Felt Cookies & Cookie Jar (You could also add a Handmade Mouse Puppet & If You Give a Mouse a Cookie book) Turn a free cardboard box into something wonderful! (Lots of ideas)
  6. Catstudio (their products aren't cat-related!) is having a sale on their 8.5 in plates. Regular price is $13. Sale price is $9. There is a $36 minimum, but that includes free shipping to the CONUS. SALE ENDS TOMORROW. Use code PARTY9 at checkout. I've received several of their items as gifts, and I've given their items as gifts. I love their uniqueness and quality. Unfortunately, they don't have Missouri plates--I was ready to order several as gifts! *This is not a paid advertisement. I just really like their stuff! :001_smile:
  7. For A.'s birthday (next Friday, he'll be 8) we're giving him a microscope (the model is purchased, so that's a done deal at this point!). To make it usable and fun, I've also gotten for him sample slides , slide making supplies, and Usborne's "World of the Microscope" book. I'm going through the book now and making sure we have things on hand for the various activities. It seems like we might want more blank slides and some slide storage boxes. Would it make the microscope much more functional/useful/popular to have a working space where it just lives? I think I've found a
  8. Ds18 received a cute, inexpensive gift from a female friend. I thought someone might like the idea. It is a small mason jar w/cookies stacked inside. Glued on top of the seal is a little circle of paper. She wrote "Mike, you're one smart cookie!" on that (and inside the o's of the word cookie she made dots to make them look like chocolate chip cookies). Then there's twine tied around the lid. She punched a hole in a top corner of a small, square envelope containing a $5 bill, then threaded the twine through the hole before tying it onto the jar. On the outside of the envelope she wro
  9. I have no idea what to get my mom or MIL for Mother's Day. Neither collects anything or has any hobbies that we could buy something for. Both live about 1000 miles away, so it limits what we can do. I was thinking of having the kids make something, but I have no idea what. Any ideas?
  10. Anyone know where I can get decent quality photo gifts? I'm looking for gifts for mine and dh's parents for their upcoming birthdays. Most of the photo gifts I see are either stuff they don't need (mousepads, who uses those?) or too expensive. We do photo books at Christmas, so that idea won't work. They don't need t-shirts, aprons, or ties. I thought about tote bags for the moms, but I can't find any at a good price. Any suggestions for gifts or where to get them would be much appreciated!
  11. The family has 2 older children (but still young enough were they have all the clothes). The twins are male and the older siblings are male. The couple are young and still building up, so I'm looking for something really helpful. They are not registered anywhere (that I know) and the invitation doesn't mention gifts..but of course I want to support them and bring something. I'm looking for good btdt stuff. Mom's of twins...what was really helpful, especially if you had older kids and a bunch of baby stuff already?
  12. Here is the link: http://www.3ddigest.com/crafts/beaded-book-thongs.html Sometimes they are called book thongs which is kind of a skeevy name. :glare: They are really nice, though, and don't take too many materials to make.
  13. It's not too soon for this, is it? I'm trying to get ahead on Christmas shopping, or at least know what I want to buy. Both DH's parents and mine have all that they need and really want. I've done some of the personalized things the last few years, but an running out of ideas. Here's what we have done in the past: Kids' hand-prints on garden stone Kid's hand-prints on plate (at one of those paint it yourself places) Nice, bound photo book of things the kids have done over the year What other ideas do you have? It doesn't have to be personalized. And if it would be easy to ship,
  14. My father-in-law wants to get my 6 yo daughter a book related Christmas present and asked me for suggestions. I'm stumped though. I thought a boxed set would be good, but I can't think of a series of books that would be good for her that we don't have or have read already. We already have Little House and Harry Potter. What else is there? She is a strong reader (maybe 4th-5th grade level), but I still like the books she reads to be "sweet" and somewhat "innocent" and wholesome. Maybe an audio book would be nice, but it would need to be one that could be enjoyed over and over again (
  15. What are some of your favorite extra educational items you use in your house? (Or items you wished you hadn't spent the money on?) Board games? Computer games? Manipulatives? Educational puzzles? Etc.
  16. My son is getting ready to turn 8. I went out to buy gifts tonight and came back with none. I want to get him something that will benefit him in the long run and that he finds enjoyable. We are on somewhat of a budget, so no suggestions for Wii's :). Items that would be around the $20-$30 price range. We have a tradition of getting one gift for each year of life. So, he is due 8 this year. Thanks so much for your suggestions! Terri
  17. My dear children - so sweet. The relatives are asking for gift ideas for the kids and I am really having trouble. DD8 said that the only thing she wants for Christmas is a "Papa ham". When I questioned her, she meant that she wanted a ham that Papa cooks - he makes a GREAT ham! Otherwise, she said she has so much that she really doesn't need anything. She loves dogs (we don't have one ... yet), books - read most of the Little House on the Praire ones, fashion - has a design kit from hearthsong already. Any new books out that she would like? She read Brissngr (with a little help) in a
  18. OK, so I'm going to brag, but, I have had a horrible week so this totally makes up for it! Our computer (Desktop) crashed Wednesday, and I HAD to buy a new one:nopity: I am sitting at a brand spanking new, shiny Dell laptop. It TOTALLY makes up for my husband wiping our hard drive of 6 years clean in a freak accident. Yes, there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth at our house this week, but he has more than made up for it. I may never forgive him for losing all our pictures from the last year (Praise GOD we found a disk from Jan 2008 where he backed up the pictures up till then,
  19. What would you suggest? I have randomly thought of such useful items at times throughout the year, but when my siblings ask me this, I go completely blank. Help me brainstorm some suggestions. My kids are dd 13, ds 10 and ds 6. Thanks!
  20. I'm starting in on my homemade Christmas gifts. So far I have a fabric beach ball for my baby, a gourd birdhouse for my grandmother, a wonky log cabin table runner. I made a quilt top for my Mom - it's at the quilter's house waiting for me to select a backing fabric. Oh, and thanks to Tracy in KY, I bought a Knifty Knitter and have started on some scarfs. Let me tell you, I know the basics for a sewing machine, but I have NO skill with knitting or crochet. The Knifty Knitter is so easy and fun! Even my DH was impressed because my hats have turned out so well, and well, let's just say that
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