- December 6, 2007 at 5:15 pm #254584
It’s funny, I find it so much easier shopping for the girls. Here are some suggestions from my teenager….
Besides make-up, they love purses, costume jewelry, shoes (if you know size), hair accessories, a blow dryer, gift basket of hair care products.
If they have a dvd player.. movies… Highschool Musical 1 or 2 orHairspray.
Music….. Jonas Brothers, Fallout Boys. New sheets (cool teen stuff) or curtains, throw pillows with cute sayings.
I hope that helps you a little.
In a message dated 12/6/2007 12:15:54 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
My father is sponsoring a family for Christmas, but has asked me to do
the shopping. There are two children, girls ages 17 and 14. I don’t
know much about what kids like after about age 5, so I’m lost!
these are the only gifts these kids will receive, I’d really like them
to be something they’ll enjoy.
The agency recommends the following breakdown, per child:
$20 – clothing item
$20 – toy (or teenage equivalent!)
$10 – school supplies
Both parents are to get a $20 practical gift too. I’m thinking about
fleece pullovers for them (we’re in New England).
Any ideas about what to get the girls? Other than makeup, what are
teenage girls into these days?
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