- November 28, 2007 at 3:03 pm #254486
Does she bake? You could get her a piece of silicone bakeware (currently a “hot” item) and add a baking mix. You can either make one yourself (think of the type in a mason jar, tied with a nice ribbon) or buy a mix of your choosing.
you could bake her cookies, homemade bread, a cake, etc. from your daughter and yourself. a nice ornament for the tree.
my son attends a center and i am going to bake a cake or two (very economical) or cookies for the staff and his teacher. they are wonderful with him. buying individual gifts for that many people would be cost prohibitive.
however, they have all said that they love to eat. so, i am going to bake them something tasty for their lounge area. for things going to the children, they are more restrictive.
for themselves, the adult staff, we can give them whatever. i am thinking of a
couple of bundt cakes or some fudge or cookies. we have things in the pantry to cook up a snack all the time.
which reminds me, i need to hit the store for the sales on chocolate chips, etc. while they are on sale. i buy 10-12 bags at a time to have on hand.
wrote: My daughter attends a wonderful home daycare, and I want to get the
woman something to show my appreciation. I only have about $15 to
spend. She’s not really the candles and bath oil type – more practical.
I considered a gift card to Target, but a $15 card wouldn’t seem like
Anything else you think she’d appreciate instead?
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