see this Hello, Mamma! Well, here we go. One more day and then we really and truly launch into it: The Holidays!!!
click over here As you prepare to make enough food for an army, deal with all your wonderful and imperfect relatives, and review the budget that rules your Christmas shopping, allow me to make a plug for gifts of a different kind. Before you head into Black Friday, give this a thought:
http://vahidsport.com/pltyte/factore/9374 Years ago, my husband and I had, for I don’t remember what reason, no money at all at Christmas time. Things were TIGHT. I was more than slightly panicked wondering how I was going to get Christmas presents for the kids, because the reality was that there just wasn’t the money for it. That year, out of necessity, was born one of our family’s greatest Christmas traditions: Christmas coupons.
http://ridinglessonsfarnham.co.uk/Backups/?p=1337 I’ll post a picture of some of the ones I received from my husband and kids last year. They rock. Really, they’re awesome.
site de rencontre totalement gratuit et non payant In brief: Since we couldn’t give the kids much stuff that first year, we made up little paper coupons for them of experiences we could give them. Things like: “you can stay up an hour later”, “good for one extra hour of screen time”, “I will make your favorite dessert tonight”, were HUGE hits. My husband gave them coupons like, “I will take you to the Maserati dealer to look at the cars”, and “Let’s go sledding!”. The kids LOVED them. The next year, they started asking for their favorite coupons well before they ever asked for any stuff.
https://www.lyquix.com/lidert/4325 For myself, instead of asking for stuff, I asked the kids to write me letters as my Christmas present. “Tell me what’s it’s like to be my kid”, I said. It was so wonderful, those letters were so moving and precious, that I have asked for nothing else ever since. I’ll post a picture of one of the letters my youngest gave me for Mother’s Day this year.
site de rencontre totalement gratuit et sУЉrieux So, Happy Thanksgiving, Mamma. Merry Black Friday. Blessed and beautiful Christmas and Chanukah.
rencontres e-marketing And keep in mind that the most precious gifts in the world don’t come from a store.