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WHAT I GOT MY KIDS FOR CHRISTMAS! Mother’s information to Child Reward Concepts | Vacation Reward Information! I do know it may be exhausting to know what to get your children for Christmas that they’re going to love and truly wish to play with for greater than 5 minutes and so I needed to point out you every thing I acquired my children for Christmas in a mother’s present information to point out you present concepts for youths that they’re going to love! We solely do four presents for Christmas: one thing to learn, one thing to put on, one thing they need and one thing they want. After I was modifying I noticed I forgot the wear and tear…nevertheless it’s Christmas PJs! I will present them on IG tales so comply with me there or examine the hyperlink under. Hopefully this Christmas present information helps you select some actually cool presents on your children!

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THE CHRISTMAS GIFTS I GOT MY KIDS (USA LINKS):
Ninja Guide:
Do not push the button:
There’s additionally a Do not Push the Button Christmas one!:
Jingle Bells:
Fart Ninja:
Hape jingle toys with suction:
Dinosaur equipment (related):
Volcano Equipment:
Zebra Equipment:
Skip Hop Bunny Stroller toy:
Pjs for Forde:
Pjs for Cohen:
Pjs for Brighton:
Playfoam:
PlayDoh:
Picket Money Register:
wood toys:
6 piece animal set:
treehouse:
dollhouse:
barn with animals:
tractor:
kitchen:
kitchen equipment:
fruits and veg:

THE CHRISTMAS GIFTS I GOT MY KIDS (CANADA LINKS):
Ninja Guide:
Press Right here Guide:
Do not push the button:
There’s additionally a Do not Push the Button Christmas one!:
Jingle Bells:
Fart Ninja:
Hape jingle toys with suction:
Dinosaur equipment:
Volcano Equipment:
Zebra Equipment:
Skip Hop Bunny Stroller toy:
Pjs for Forde:
Pjs for Cohen:
Pjs for Brighton:
Playfoam:
PlayDoh:
Picket Money Register:
wood toys:
6 piece animal set:
treehouse:
dollhouse:
barn with animals:
tractor:
kitchen:
kitchen equipment:

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Comments (27)
Cathy Smallwood
December 4, 2019

We didn’t own a television for over 10 years. Our three children were between the ages of 2-10. We’ve never had cable. We were considered odd….this was in the 70s-80s….but I consider us pioneers😉

chelsee niebergall
December 4, 2019

Yes please to a vlog on the no TV! We are thinking of doing this so I would love your input.

The Bells
December 4, 2019

We do the same as you! It’s a great way to keep the clutter away and avoid the present explosion. We also have Nov and Dec birthdays so it can get out of control quickly!

One unique thing we do is I have crates under the tree with my daughters’ names for my girls to put toys in that they would like to give to a needy family. I want them to know the joy of giving and how important it is, especially this time of year. On Christmas Eve the crates are taken away and they will get their new gifts under the tree. This will be our 3rd year doing it and I plan to make it a forever tradition.

Hannah Pretious
December 4, 2019

I love this. Growing up Santa filled our stockings (That were hand-made by mum) and then we got one or two presents from Mum and Dad. We still have the same traditions with our gifts… A book, stickers, chocolate, and a christmas decoration. I hope to carry on these traditions with any children I may have in the future.

Willowgirl
December 4, 2019

I am going to look for a Martial farts toy for my husband because unfortunately he is the master…lol

Kayla Robles
December 4, 2019

I’m cracking up about the Fart Ninjas🤣

Christian Mama Diaries
December 4, 2019

We stuck with more “open ended toys” this year so that the kids will have toys with multiple different uses! Heirloom type things. I’m impressed you’re only doing 1 hr of tv!

superlimie
December 4, 2019

Do you do stockings as well? It would be nice to see what you get!

Christy McEachran
December 4, 2019

Those are all so cute! For every toy we get for Christmas, I donate 2 toys that arent used anymore.

Elizabeth Barb
December 4, 2019

I’m dying over those fart ninjas 😂

Krystle Poulin
December 4, 2019

We do want, wear, need, read for birthdays. For Christmas we focus on the number 3 because Jesus received gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Santa brings 3 gifts and Mama Daddy give 3 gifts each. I wrap accessories and the main gift together as 1 gift, for instance a doll with a bottle and some clothes would be 1 gift not 3 separate gifts.

Paula R L
December 4, 2019

Please vlog on the “No TV Rule”

Prayers & Ponytails
December 4, 2019

I love the rule of 4! I’m sticking to a small budget this year even though we don’t “have to” because last year I went a bit much and it wasn’t very enjoyable to watch my kids go from opening one gift to the next with barely any thought of the one they just opened (hope that makes sense). It was just too much and felt like greed was entering into the morning.
I loved your warning about Santa 😆😁

Ann Ruthy
December 4, 2019

Thank you for warning us before the Santa conversation! That is so nice! I have five children and they listen even if we think they’re not sooo thanks!💛💛 we also do four gifts per child and it not only is budget friendly but they never get upset because they know four is what will be there! Really teaching humble mindset and minimalist mindset is so important these days in a world of “stuff”. Much love!

Heidi P
December 4, 2019

I love the 4 gift rule! I have been using that rule for a few years now. I would love to know how you and your husband to gifts for each other for Christmas. Do you follow the 4 gift rule when giving to each other?

Kimberly Simmons
December 4, 2019

We do the same thing you do, but it's a little more than that. Like, my oldest is almost 13 so she asked for makeup so I ended up getting her a caboodle and filled it with makeup, my son is really big into gaming and so he's getting a projector for his room and possibly a game, my youngest got baby doll accessories (since she's really into her baby dolls and is getting a little sister in February), they get a book set instead of just one book (they love to read) except the one year old she's getting a busy book, an outfit (and socks and underwear!) and sometimes shoes, and then something they need. I'm still trying to figure out what to get them from Santa, my oldest knows he's not a real person and that one you become a certain age you become the spirit of Santa. I like the ideas for the stocking!

Hannah Kurtz
December 4, 2019

I would love a video about the TV!

Amanda Day
December 4, 2019

Please make a video about why you limit tv!

Mama VanderPloeg
December 4, 2019

We have 3 kids aged 3, 2, and 1. Last year we got them a toy to share. This year we got them each a toy for $20 each. The kids have aunts and uncles, grandparents and even great grandparents that love to give gifts. They even get 2 gifts from our church every year. If we got them more than 1 they would just get too much!

Samantha Eklund
December 4, 2019

I have one 7-year old child to buy for. I grew up receiving gifts that I would use in day-to-day life and that has transferred over into how I buy gifts for my daughter. For example, she will receive a unicorn duffel bag for her overnight trips to the grandparents house. We also like to buy things that engage the whole family so we love gifting games! This year it’s Twister, Scrabble and Bugs in the Kitchen. I try to avoid the trendy toys that I know she will lose interest in.

Jessica Whiteside
December 4, 2019

I would love a video about how the reduced tv rule goes! It’s something we are considering too.

Stacie Murray
December 4, 2019

Last year was the first time we did the 4 gifts, and I was concerned that it wouldn’t be enough. Which is kind of funny because we would usually do one gift plus their party for birthdays (usually just family over to celebrate). But it went over without any questioning. They give us a vague wish list and we get stuff. I also use their stockings to put a few things in if they’re small enough that I thought they would really love, but go over the 4 gifts. And with gifts from other family members, they have even more than I’d prefer😄

Jennifer Wilson
December 4, 2019

What great gift ideas for munchkins! One hour of TV a week? Wow! How much time do you allow them to be online each week?

Lyra Cocauddet
December 4, 2019

Sorry for that shallow comment but you look absolutely gorgeous. Your face, your hair colour, your glasses, your little earrings… everything. So beautiful.

Holly Palmer
December 4, 2019

As a mother of three (now grown up) like you, boy boy girl, we had lots and lots of Lego. I mean a serious amount! I would give them daily challenges that had relevance to science, mathematics, problem solving, design etc Some of the challenges were done together (cooperative play), some individually. It was so much fun for them and kept their attention for ages – with strategic input/help from Mum and Dad. They loved their daily challenges most of all their toys! We also had D.E.A.R. time every day, which meant Drop Everything And Read. Kids don’t NEED tv or tons of plastic toys!

Lauren Bannister
December 4, 2019

Hey Elle, YES! Can please do a video on why you don’t allow the kids to watch tv during the week. I’m really interested! 😊✌️ thank you in advance.

Pcosmama
December 4, 2019

Are you not hiding Santa in your videos this year

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