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Best Christmas Presents For Boys



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Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Terrible, isn’t it? Those of us who have to shop for boys. I always come up with great ideas of what to buy for my sister, my mother-in-law, (my mother – when she was alive), and my girls.


However, it’s a long hike through thick, muddy puddles when making Christmas shopping lists for my son, my husband and his dad. I took over shopping for his parents years ago, when it became clear that my husband didn’t have a clue about what to get. Added to this, he waited until the 24th of December before going into town and racing around through the dense crowds like a madman on coke.

So, not only is it difficult to shop for boys, it’s also difficult for them to shop for anyone else. This is why I composed a list of items in '10 Best Presents For Boys' that they would love to have under their Christmas trees this year. I haven’t included a lot of toys because these are obviously taken for granted.


In addition to this list, don’t forget to add chocolates, savoury snacks, swimming vouchers and tickets to games they like to watch. They can dip into these until the new year, and best of all, you don’t have to fund another storage tower to stack yet another year’s worth of toys he never uses.

5 comments:

Icy BC said...

I haven't allowed Christmas spirit in my mind yet, because I just want to enjoy autumn and Thanksgiving first without rushing into the busy season of buying..

Anne Lyken-Garner said...

The earlier the better, Icy. The bargains are out there now.

Middle Ditch said...

I don't have sons but I can imagine how hard it is. Daughters are, at the best of times, difficult enough and so are in-laws.

Not quite in the spirit yet but I know it wont be long now.

singamaraja said...

Reading and visiting your blog

Anne Lyken-Garner said...

Monique, I went into the city centre this morning and it's already Christmas there.:-)

Singamaraja, welcome to my blog. Thanks for the visit.

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