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A gift idea… for when you have EVERYTHING!

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We are asked ALL… THE… TIME…

What do you get your kids when they have EVERYTHING?

What do we tell the grandparents to get our kids when they have EVERYTHING?

We have a solution for you!

I was shopping at Target the other day when I came across this…

 

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I’m thinking to myself… why would there only be 12 days? You mean we have to skip a day? What the heck! It’s 2020 y’all. I’m not skipping a day.

However, it did give me a great idea for some holiday gifting.

There are 12 months in a year.

This box opens, so you can fill each punch hole with all sorts of things. The options really are endless.

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Our idea was that on the day that you were born, you would punch out your hole each month to receive a gift.`

For example. My oldest was born on September 5th. On the 5th of every month, she will punch out a hole.

Options for gifting can be simple or as extravagant as you would like.

Some suggestions:

Write letters of encouragement (It doesn’t have to cost you anything).

Head off to the Dollar store or Target Dollar Spot for ideas.

A gift card to get a coffee or ice cream together.

You can do big gifts like apple air pods….or an engagement ring… or a key to a brand new car…  It is 2020 after all. Anything can happen.

Yes, I amuse myself a lot more these days.

A lollipop.

Extra cash.

Chocolates.

I plan to write my girls a little note about what I picked for that particular month and why.

This doesn’t just have to be for kids either.

You can do date nights for significant others, special notes to relatives, or even drop off a few boxes at a nursing home. It’s something for someone to look forward to each month.

Want to add to our list of ideas?

Comment here on the post so we can help each other out.

Much love to y’all.

Rosie

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