We are on day three of the 4 Present Rule blog post series. If you haven’t read day one’s blog post (Something They Need ), click here. For day two (Something To Wear), click here. For those that don’t know, the 4 Present Rule is when you buy your children only 4 Christmas presents based on 4 rules. These 4 rules are based on something they want, need, wear and read/imagine. Today it is all bout the “Something They Want”.
SOMETHING THEY WANT
For this category, I usually buy something that I have heard Jax (my 5 year old) mention he wants. This year it’s a Nintendo Switch. This category is usually the most expensive of the gifts, so I try to start my shopping for this earlier in the season. It is also the one gift that I will spend the most time trying to find the best sales and deals. I can’t imagine having to do this for an entire list of gifts, as it would take up all of my time doing nothing but shopping and hunting for deals. For the baby, since he obviously is not telling me what he wants, I usually buy something that I have been wanting to get him. Because every child will ask for something different, I have focused this gift guide on babies and toddlers.
- Infantino Go GaGa Infant to Toddler Play Gym and Teepee ; 2. Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Smart Stages Sis ; 3. Mickey and the Roadster Racers Racing Adventures ; 4. Fisher-Price 3 in 1 Sit, Stand and Ride Lion ; 5. Cloud B Hugginz Plush Bunny ; 6. Fisher-Price 4-in-1 Step ‘n Play Piano ; 7. Kid Kraft Bright Toddler Kitchen ; 8. Infantino GaGa 3-in-1 Activity Walker
Beginning Sunday December 10-December 16th, Target will be running a huge promotion on toys. Spend $50 save $10 and spend $100 save $25! Don’t miss out and take advantage of this great deal!
Also, for even more savings, make sure to download the Target app and use their cartwheel and target card. Cartwheel currently has a ton of toys at an additional percentage as high as 50% off. Cartwheel can be combined with sales and the current $10 or $25 off promotion for even more saving! To learn more about cartwheel and the Target card click here.