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RE: Christmas giving programs

Donna, I will check with Santa Bill.  Our granddaughter wants "horse"
related items, but she's really into horses.  Most girls her age still like
Barbie, age appropriate jewelry and items for their hair.  I have also found
(from great nieces and) that girls that age like to make things, so a "kit"
to make a hooked rug, their own jewelry or something else has been pretty
popular.  A very nice baby doll is not out of the question at that age.  Of
course a good book is not only a "fun" thing for some girls, but
educational.  It all depends on how much info you have on the child as to
what you will want to do.  How soon do you need to buy the gift?  Our first
Santa sighting is 12/1 this year.  (We aren't going to have the time to do
the malls this year.)

Bonnie ( SW OH - zone 5)

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Donna
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 8:51 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Christmas giving programs

Well we have something similar via a group I belong too... Trees with paper
ornaments that you pick one.... on the back is what they want with
appropriate info. The one I picked is a 7 year old that wants a winter coat,
boots, scarf and gloves and not one toy or kid thing listed... supposed to
buy one thing.. the kid is getting it all. If I can figure out what a 7yr
old girl would like as a toy for Xmas... will buy that too.. ideas?, been
out of that kid thing for years, no clue what is 'in' now?


> I don't know about the area where you live, but here there are several
> organizations that want you to pick a child's name out of some sort of
> replica of a hat and then go buy that child something for christmas. I
> think this is a great idea. I intend to buy several of these children
> the same sort of presents I got when I was their age. Socks and
> underwear.

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