- December 6, 2007 at 5:15 pm #254667
Anymore, the cheap CD players are not good for kids, most kids I know
burn MP3’s and most of the inexpensive CD players will not play them.
Cheap MP3 players make it where most people do not use discmans. Just
my 2 cents there.
Also, as a mom of a girl with extreme skin allergies, bubble bath is
always a waste around my house… lol.
things like that are what makes it so hard to shop for anyone you do
not know. i wish all agencies had really detailed forms for people to
outline what they need or want.
— in Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “herberkids3”
> Walmart has cheap CD players, like walkman’s, for around $15. That
> would make a great gift, and add in something like fun bubble bath,
> lip glosses, etc.
> — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “pseuzanne”
> > 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
> > know much about what kids like after about age 5, so I’m lost! If
> > these are the only gifts these kids will receive, I’d really like
> > 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
> > fleece pullovers for them (we’re in New England).
> > Any ideas about what to get the girls? Other than makeup, what
> > teenage girls into these days?
> > Thanks,
> > Suzanne
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