lets see if i can remember. the great christmas season adventure is, first, finding places to hide all the presents, and the next is remembering all those hiding places come christmas eve and not leaving something out! Fortunately at our new house the master bedroom has a really impressive closet with lots of built in shelves, and the basement has some unfinished sections for storage that are inherently creepy so the kids don't ever go down there. And if they do, the presents are hidden in plain sight, disguised as unpacked moving boxes.
difficult! I haven't bought any stuff for his stocking yet but the obvious/easy stuff is his favorite snack foods
wint o green mints
gummy cola bottles
we also saw some fun magnets at a local toy store that we were laughing over, so I'll probably pick one of those out for him too
hello kitty gel pens from target dollar spot
hello kitty little pack with activity book/pen/stickers too i think? also target $ spot
yo yo (haven't gotten it yet, but know she wants onne)
mini lego set, one of those tiny ones that comes in a plastic bag instead of a box at the lego store
stuffed TY poodle with kind of a creepy looking face/eyes.. but whatever she likes it?
mini lego set
dollar spot foam cross bow thingie. allegedly shoots 30 feet, but we shall see...
some kind of chocolate/candy
umm... i might have bought other stuff and completely forgot what they are, will have to check my hiding places! clearly i have some more creative brainstorming to do.
stacking cups from target dollar spot
bath paint set from target dollar spot
rubber duck..target dollar spot
plan on getting a water bottle, maybe a kids' size contigo
there might have been another dollar spot item.. but all that stuff is bulky enough it should be sufficiently filled anyway!