Christmas? What the heck… did I just say that? Hahaha. Well actually its beginning to look a lot like Halloween, but Christmas has definitely been weighing on my mind lately. I always like to start early, so I am not spending all this money at once. I am trying to find creative ways this year to do Christmas that will keep me under budget. That will include hitting the major sales, (like Black Friday), homemade items, and web online sales.
This one online website was brought to my attention. It is called the Best Toys. As I was browsing through, I actually liked how detailed it was on the toy descriptions. As busy as this year has been, it was neat to see what all the top toys are this year.
Since I buy for my girls and my nephew, I really like that they divided the top toys in categories as top toys for boys and top toys for girls. Now, I know I will not go overboard with so many toys for them, that they even forget what they had, but this site is giving me a great start to see what I think would make a great fit for each child.
Every child’s personalities are different, so I definitely have to do my research to see what is best. I really like to add in educational toys the most, and I was happy to see they have a great category with just all educational toys. The descriptions are really long, so it lets me know if it would be a good kid toy for them or not.
It is no secret how the economy is right now, so I know everyone will be trying to cut corners all they can. It is ok to not have 20 or 30 presents under the tree for each child. It is the thought that counts. Knowing that you put in some great time researching the toys descriptions and picking out what you thought would be best for each child, is all that matters in the world. Your child will be happy with 5 presents just as there was 30 presents. So don’t stress this holiday season, have fun, do smart shopping, and cherish in this wonderful holiday season that will be up on us.
Take a minute while you are sipping your coffee and go through the Best Toys site to see what you think would be hot for your child. Will it last past two days, is it for their age group, or will it need batteries? Those are all questions I always ask myself. Have fun 🙂