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How to Christmas Shop for Toddlers
Christmas shopping for toddlers can be difficult. You get them something simple: clothes, but they just had a growth-spurt. You get them a fire-engine toy, but they got over their faze of firemen about a year ago. It might not seem to matter, but toddlers can actually sense when adults don't really care. Here's how to give them something that they will brag about when they get older, something that will stay with them for a long time.
Set your budget.You love your children and all, but you aren't going to spend a thousand dollars on a present for a 3-year-old. Pick a nice, simple limit that will make sure you don't spend too much.
Ask the parents what the kid likes.Find out if they really like one thing nowadays, something that they obsess about, something silly, like Dora® or Hello Kitty®. If you are the parents, try to go "spy" on the child to see what he/she likes.
Find something in this category.For example, if they like Diego®, find a Diego pop-up book, or a shirt with Diego on it. There are millions of cheap, cute trinkets like this, all over the internet and in toy stores.
Make sure that it's the one.Make sure that you've found what you needed and are completely satisfied. Be positive that you don't want to add anything else.
Wrap the present.Buy wrapping paper with cute designs, but not something too expensive that the toddler will not even notice. You could wrap in newspaper if you want to, and they would not even care.
Hide it.Toddlers love to investigate, so hide it somewhere smart and high. You don't want them to see your perfect gift before Christmas Day!
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