What do your kids want for Christmas?

What do your kids want for Christmas?

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thinking

Panama City, FL

#1 Nov 21, 2008
Just anxious to see what everyone's kids are asking for this year for Christmas...or what you are gonna get them.
Post your child's age and what they want - you never know, Santa may be reading this! haha

Since: Sep 07

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#2 Nov 21, 2008
Not a whole lot in my household:

16 yr. old wants only an Ipod and an Ihome(she knows how tight it is around here)

14 yr. old wants Vera Bradley

9yr. wants a Nerf Vulcanator, Xbox 360 Lego Indiana Jones game, Red Rider BB gun, Lego AT-TE, just about anything that has to do with Legos, he wants.

Since: Oct 08

Morristown

#3 Nov 21, 2008
My 3 year old wants everything but this is what he is getting so far. The crayola paint light set. Leapfrog keyboard thing that plugs into the TV. A recliner because I am tired of dragging his car seat in so he has his own seat lol. A crayola bath set. Some cars, thomas stuff, and some other little toys. That is what I have got him so far and I think it will be enough.

“E ho'a'o no i pau kuhihewa.”

Since: Oct 08

Morristown TN

#4 Nov 21, 2008
14 & 16 year olds.... Dooney & Burke purses

2 year old... anything she wants

4 month old... toys and closthes
bjt

Morristown, TN

#5 Nov 21, 2008
Anything with the receipt in the bag, doesn't even have to be wrapped. They are soooo' old they wouldn't even want their ages posted.

My present would be to be with them and I refuse to tell my age. Just old!

“Quality not quantity.”

Since: Aug 08

United States

#6 Nov 21, 2008
7 year old wants a 4-wheeler... not gonna happen this year,probably a new bicycle.

11 year old will be happy with anything that makes noise.

Since: Nov 08

Richmond, KY

#7 Nov 21, 2008
What the heck do you get kids that have everything? I have no idea what to get my 10 year old. He has every game system known to man and every game to go with it. My 1 year old will be getting a slide with an attached ball pit. My husband? Who knows. He's just like my son. Has everything there is to buy. Maybe he'll get a new house to put all our crap in.

Since: Oct 08

Morristown

#8 Nov 21, 2008
Me and my husband do not buy for each other on Christmas because we get everything we want throughout the year. We just focus on the children. Maybe MissinMotown you and your husband should start that. Just a suggestion.

In my opinion christmas is for the children. I do not buy for anyone other than the small children in my extended family. If you are 20 or above you get nothing from me. My whole family practices this. We have a big dinner and then watch the children open their presents then sit around talking and laughing while the kids play. I would rather have a time like that anyday over some wrapped up present.

Since: Nov 08

Richmond, KY

#9 Nov 21, 2008
We buy everyone something because there are only 4 kids that come to Christmas. So we can. If there were more we probably couldn't. That's really why the kids are spoiled and have so much is because everyone wants to buy for the kids..

Amy, That is really a good idea.. We get what we want through the year too.(I just got my fish tank and he got another TV) I wanted to start buying things for each other that would benefit the family.. A new fridge would be nice, or those front loader washing machines. So that could work as well. OR Just stop buying crap all year ;)

My Son is going to be a hard one. He has on his Christmas list a Pink Nintendo DS. Now I know he doesn't want this for himself because he got a red one for his birthday. He's hoping someone will buy it for him so he can give it to me I'm betting. Of course he's not telling me that. He keeps telling me he really just wants a PINK DS.. lol.. it's cute.
MWClassof85

Morristown, TN

#10 Nov 21, 2008
My 12-year-old daughter submitted a Christmas list with several thousand dollars worth of stuff, including an Ipod Touch, a Verizon cell phone, a Nintendo DS with games, and a bunch of other stuff. I told her that unless there really is a Santa Claus, she needed to write me a more reasonable list. She did, and it's much more practical.

Typically, we purchase 2 - 3 gifts per child: one "main" thing, one smaller thing (unless the main thing eats up the whole budget), and one item that they need, like pajamas or a new coat or shoes. If there's money left in the budget after that, we get a few "group" gifts for the family.

My husband and I do not exchange gifts at Christmas. I wish we could get by with buying only for children in the extended family, but so far we can't get the extended family to go for that.

We have too many children to spend $300 or $400 per child, and I don't really think I would do it even if I could.

I miss buying for young children. Young adults and teenagers are MUCH harder to please than the little ones.
chantall

Stanley, NC

#11 Nov 29, 2008
My 10-year-old wants a baby alive,rant samsung phone,Ipod touch,nitendo Ds,digital camera,and a whole lot of stuff but she said I dont have too spend a dime because santa clause is coming to town.
Stewie

Jefferson City, TN

#12 Nov 29, 2008
ammo
white boy

Morristown, TN

#13 Nov 29, 2008
It does not matter what they want. It is what they are going to get. Their tax dollar, we spend, they pay.
I know the answer, a new high school.
Morristown! Lets give your kids a new high school. While we are at spending money let spend to rid the homeless here in Morristown.
By that I mean everyone has a home.
Where do these kid get their shopping list?
I think we could do without that!
Money is tight???
Harsh I know but really?
white boy

Morristown, TN

#14 Nov 29, 2008
Oh by the way,

Santa!

Who you kidding?

Since: Feb 08

Morristown

#15 Nov 29, 2008
Hey everyone ! Let's live a "white boy" life !?!?!? That's pretty much what he has been suggesting. At least telling you to not spend your monies on your children cause his "tight" money situation. We will further weaken the local economy and spend all that hardearned monies in knoxville. So all the morristown shops can start closing down. SO that job that some slave at can disappear because people choose to spend money in surrounding counties and not in morristown/hamblen county ! Anyway.. good day all !
white boy

Morristown, TN

#16 Nov 29, 2008
Spend money on a new high school? not for kids?
I don't think so.
Black Friday spending?
persona, get real.
You were not in New York.
Your money not tight?
Let's have a "persona" life,,,
white boy

Morristown, TN

#17 Nov 29, 2008
SO that job that some slave at can disappear because people choose to spend money in surrounding counties and not in morristown/hamblen county ! Anyway.. good day all !

Can I work for you?
white boy

Morristown, TN

#18 Nov 29, 2008
A good man has passed away. John D Wallace. I worked for him.
white boy

Morristown, TN

#19 Nov 29, 2008
persona wrote:
Hey everyone ! Let's live a "white boy" life !?!?!?!
Get off your lazy butt and try it! I just might not be that bad.

Since: Nov 08

Ahmedabad, India

#20 Nov 29, 2008
my kids wants new cloths,gifts,and chocolates,sweets& go out in party.

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