Today's post is in regards to Christmas Gift Giving and Receiving. As most of you know my immediate family is small- It's me and the parents and our clan of dogs (3 of 'em)- and having a small little family has always equated to having a big Christmas. I was an only (still am) growing up so my presents came in abundance- that's what I've always been used to. Whatever toy or gadget I put on my list to Santa, I usually got it. When I got older, naturally I got less because the things I wanted started to become more expensive, but I usually still got what I longed for.
I'd be a damn liar if I said getting e-mails with discounts for this and that from every single store ever in existance and reading blogs with people's Christmas loot, didn't make me pissed off.
That being said- I want to know what your Christmas gift giving/receiving is like.
If you have kids, do you set a price limit?
If you're married with no kids, how do you and your significant other give gifts?
If you're not giving gifts this year for one reason or another- what other traditions do you do for Christmas?
I'd love to hear everyone's little blurb about their Holiday tradition when it comes to gift giving and how you determine when enough's enough for your children/family/husband/Mom etc. I promise I won't be (too) pissed at you for telling me you're getting a fabulous trip to
....and remember the most important thing about the holidays is the time you get to spend with family and friend's. At least for me. Even a spoiled brat like me knows THAT. ;-)