Beckam hard at working making Christmas cards 😉
He LOVES tracing his hands. Every time he colors each picture has to have a tracing of his hand 🙂
Stocking stuffer season! Stock up early on those versatile gifts that work for anyone and you’ll never be in a pinch when you need a gift last minute.
This is the reality of wrapping presents with a toddler. They jump on your back and steal all your ribbon!
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I am soooo excited for Christmas. I’ve said it once, and you will probably hear me say it 20 more times lol. It really is the best time of year! The kids are already wearing Christmas pajamas and we are getting our tree out next week! Ahhh! It’s going to be full blown Christmas at our house.
One of my favorite parts of the season is picking out gifts for my family and friends. It seems like there are two groups of gifters – those that have all their shopping done before December 1st and those that procrastinate until the week before Christmas. Typically I’m ALWAYS the latter. I end up still buying gifts and random stocking stuffers literally the day before Christmas! I’m trying so hard to be better about it and start early!
We always go home to Montana for Thanksgiving so my idea this year (to help with the horrible procrastination) was to pick out a few small gifts I could wrap and take up over Thanksgiving. I found these cute (exclusive to Walmart :)) and holiday gift sets both for under $10 – they are the perfect mix of lotions, facial cleansing towelettes, and I love the moisturizing Vanilla Bean lip balm.
I’m always a sucker for bath & body products – without fail they are one thing that always gets used! When I was little I had really bad eczema on my face and this Burt’s Bee’s cream was the ONLY thing that would make it better. So Burt’s Bees has been a long time family favorite.
What are some of your favorite stocking stuffers? Have you guys started shopping yet?
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