Every year on the lead up to Christmas I find myself in the same position waiting until the end of November and rushing around trying to find every thing the children want at the best price (usually through on line shopping, I don't do high street shopping!) This year I have turned it around and already brought half of my shopping by making sure I saved through out the year, Look for little bargains and saved up my Tesco points which I plan to Boost!
The easiest part of Christmas shopping of course has been choosing the children's Christmas presents. There has been a bit of a theme going on with the boys Christmas presents as they both added Fisher Price toys to their Christmas lists. Little Man has been desperately wanting the Batman Imaginex range and Tinnie wanted the Phone and doctors set.
P is now getting older so I’ve been trying to find ideas for Christmas that is not just toys. I will probably squeeze a few toys in there as she desperately wants Fur Real pets. One item on her list was a tablet so this is where I made the most of using my points and I went for the old version of the Hudl. I’m not a big fan on children having technology but I need to move with the times a little.
Then there’s only my new little niece to think about. Due very soon I still wanted to buy her something in case she arrived before Christmas. I do love any excuse to buy a baby gift especially little dresses and a toy or two. I have my eye on a few Baby Einstein toys which will fit this bill nicely.
So that only leaves the adult to buy for now and the new Christmas colour scheme decorations. Have you started your Christmas Shopping yet? Who do you find the hardest person to buy for?
Written for Tesco