Well, Christmas has just passed, so real shopping is out of the question for someone who is committed to living within her means, but that doesn't mean that window shopping is out. Good idea!
I decided to go virtual window shopping to my heart's desire. Since my people are always on the top of my list and are sometimes difficult to shop for--think teens!--I thought I'd shop for them.
No limits! No real worries! Just fun!
Garden ornaments: a butterfly house for Jenny to hang near their new patio and for Stacey a hammock to put in the camper. The stained glass feathers just because I really like them.
Kitchen gifts for the boys because they all like food and parties and they all know how to cook for their families.
For the little girls....personalized items because they are all into stuff about themselves. Imagine a book with you as the main character or your own pillow that tells who, when, where, how much, etc. about your birth.
From the Uncommon Goods website on My Quotable Kid
Can I Quote You On That?
Whether your little one said the cutest thing in line at the grocery store or made an embarrassing observation worth sharing with their first dates down the line, this customizable book lets you remember and relive the moments, both big and small. Handbound with a personalized cover, this unique memory book offers roomy pages of speech bubbles ready for quotable conversations and overheard chatter. Stow their childlike insights for future generations or share priceless quips with friends and family. Handmade in the USA.
A fun shopping spree in a place that I'd have thought too odd for me, but I surprised myself! Go shopping....Uncommon Goods