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Thread: How Many People do you Buy Christmas Gifts for?

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    My husband, Mom & Dad, Parents-in-law, brother, sister-in-law & brother-in-law, 3 nieces, 3 nephews, 2 grandparents, and 2 sets of friends.
    The number of gifts changes each year according to our budget.
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    Father, Mother, Sister, Grandma and Grandpa..

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    This year is a new year for me as my marriage has ended but I have a new girlfriend who I'm head over heels for. Not sure how it will go down, but here is what I'm predicting:

    My Son- 1 big gift (power wheel), and probably 8-9 smaller gifts including clothes and things.
    My G/F- 6 or 7 gifts, clothes, shoes, a slow cooker, things of that nature
    G/F oldest son- 3 or 4 gifts
    G/F youngest son- 3 or 4 gifts (I'm being a bit modest with these two as to not step on their dad's toes and try and one up him or anything. I don't want to get into any kind of a stupid feud because I went overboard with Christmas)
    Dad/Stepmom- I get them a gift card to their favorite steak house every year
    Brothers/Sisters- this will equate to 4 or 5 gifts. I usually just buy them all something small.

    Man I need to get started!!

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    Lol, that's a good 30+ gifts! I guess I should make the most of being young and only having to buy like four presents, lol!
    Merry Christmas

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    I love to celebrate this christmas with my friends. Also with family members .

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    Quote Originally Posted by beacheslaure View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by beacheslaure View Post
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    I have the same gift list as last year, but trying to spend less money! I'm giving gifts to:

    Husband (6)
    Older Daughter (7)
    ...and her boyfriend (1)
    Younger Daughter (7)
    ...and her boyfriend (1)
    My Mom (1 or 2)
    My Mother-in-law (1)
    ...and her guy friend (1)
    My grandniece (1)
    My Dog (2)

    That's about 30 gifts - much less than the old days. Plus, I still do stocking stuffers for my adult daughters!
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    For this year:

    My mother
    My father
    My brother
    My brothers love
    My sister
    My sisters love
    My love
    Bruno!!!!

    One present each one, this year as well.
    Wish I could offer more.
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