You may remember reading in the article below, how I took my daughters shopping for gifts to put in my wife's Christmas stocking. There were many aims for this, principally, these were fun, no restrictions of thought, and generosity all key aspects of Christmas.
The outcome is in the photo attached, including :
Some very thoughtful home/family decorations, some kitchen based utensils, an ice scraper mitten, some Christmas headgear, a drinks dispenser, pegs, a bottle of squash and some Walnut Whips - an eclectic selection if there ever was one, and Rach loved it.
We had great fun on Christmas morning as the stockings were opened, everyone enjoying those special moments of the girls on the bed, opening these small, yet well considered gifts.
Each one, along with the experience, bringing a memory to treasure, worth far more than £20.
Our rules for this venture : 1. We are going shopping in Poundland for the stocking presents 2. Buy what ever you want (max 10 things each) 3. We are going to have fun So what did we learn?