I realize I am a little behind the curve with this post.
Two weeks ago you would have been begging for some advice like this.
Some direction for your Christmas shopping.
Well, seek no further.
I am about to unveil....
Jay's 2009 Gift-giving Guide.
For as long as I can remember, my dad has been the master of gift giving. He is always thinking of creative gifts.
Here's the catch: usually nothing over 3 dollars, mostly disguised as a children's toy, almost always unique and not always applicable.
So without further ado I bring you a slew of ideas for all your gift-giving needs in 2010!
(please keep in mind that NONE of these gifts were for the grandchildren)
Flip-Up Basketball Hoop
because what grown adult doesn't need one of these?
you can choose your own sticker smiles
it's like a carwash for your teeth. cuts brushing time in half!
for my not-so-mini 6'9" brother who used to drive us all crazy on family vacations buzzing on his harmonica
His and Hers Anti Monkey Butt Powder
good thing sister-in-law mindy does not easily offend.
Blinking Reindeer Noses
i am sure corny family pictures were on the agenda with these gems
Feet Theme Gifts
you are really in trouble Christmas morning if my dad has thought of "theme" gifts for you. my brother is a podiatrist. so there you have it.
Each gift came finely wrapped with a clue written on the outside. We were not allowed to open until we guessed what was inside.
I am still mad at myself for not being able to guess my grass growing eye plant.
How could I miss that?
Thanks Dad for another memorable Christmas.
And thanks Mom for a few "real" gifts. phew.