About 5 years ago I started a Google Doc for Christmas gifts so that Anel and I could keep track of who was buying what and how much we were spending. Over the years we have perfected our system and now it is locked down and perhaps my greatest achievement of life. Not only does it keep us organized, but it also takes away two of my big stressors during the holiday season...
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For this month's re-wear it post, I wanted to share how I wear one of my favorite pieces of clothing for holiday, a tartan skirt. When I cleaned my closet out with a stylist last month, she tried to get me to get rid of it because it isn't something that you can wear very often, but it makes me so happy and I love having it for Christmas parties every year!
The Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale situation seems to get crazier every year and while I love it for buying all of my Christmas gifts on sale (and furniture this year too!), it stresses me out! So, although it seems silly to have one day a year dedicated to giving back, I love that it exists right after that madness because it brings our focus back to what really matters during the holiday season, and all seasons for that matter, helping the people who need it most.
I'm buying all of our toddler stocking stuffers today since everything is on sale so I thought I'd share my ideas! This is the first year that Amalia really understands the concept of Santa Claus which makes stocking stuffing just that much more exciting for us.
Here are 15 great toddler stocking stuffer ideas! I put an * next to the gifts that Santa will be bringing for Amalia in her stocking this year.