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So I somehow manage to draw blanks every year for Christmas gift ideas for my kids, parents, in laws, aunt, etc.

Please post gift ideas or what you are getting your loved ones here in Hope of triggering my brain or having an idea others may like.

So far I think I am getting floor mats for my dad for his truck, a tent for my kids, waders and muck boots for my 2 daughters, and that's about all I can come up with.

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Old 12-01-2020, 12:45 PM   #2
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You need yourself a quality dog bed . Get a Kuranda elevated dog bed. I got a good deal on one
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Old 12-01-2020, 12:46 PM   #3
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Best thing we did is to establish no gifts between extended family. We buy for our daughter and that's it. Wife and I take some stuff we bought recently anyway and wrap it so our daughter (4) thinks we got gifts. Daughter is getting a dirt bike and gear from us. A doll and some little toys from Santa.
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Best thing we did is to establish no gifts between extended family. We buy for our daughter and that's it. Wife and I take some stuff we bought recently anyway and wrap it so our daughter (4) thinks we got gifts. Daughter is getting a dirt bike and gear from us. A doll and some little toys from Santa.
We buy for my parents, wifes parents, aunt- not married and no kids, and my niece and nephew, but only $50 limit. No gift exchange between our siblings or their spouses. And my wife and I usually get each other something we need.

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I do too! Ill think of stuff throughout the year, then come Dec when asked about it I look like a deer in the headlights. Only thing I have is a flashlight right now
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Surely your kiddos have made a Christmas list. My 9 year old has an extensive list long enough for all the family to choose from.

Some things not from the list that we are getting her is an acrylic paint set and some canvases.

We got her these stickers. They are high quality. She put some on water bottles and they survive going through the dishwasher.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

She has a heavy baby that looks like a real human that we got her last year. His name is Heavy Baby Boy.

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Amazon gift card is a safe bet.
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Gift cards man! That’s what family gets from me. The only ones that don’t are the little ones because they still like having presents to open.
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Grandparents love nicely framed pics of grandkids.

Everyone in my family reads. Books on a current hobby is always well received.

And we're all mostly pretty practical. Kitchen gadgets are always good gifts for us.
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I try to get people something I know they'll use. Get my FIL a few logs of skoal, a buddy that smokes a carton of cigs, teenagers usually gift cards to fast food restaurants (if they drive), etc. My daughter likes to get her car washed every other day so one of her gifts is a monthly subscription to a car wash place.
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The ceo of boring azz Christmas gifts ^ lol
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Old 12-01-2020, 03:07 PM   #12
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I keep a running list all year long on my phone . Every time someone says they like something I add it to the list under their name. Otherwise I was the same deer in headlights every Xmas. For our older kids we bought them Apple gift cards before they moved out.
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You've never seen true joy until a Serbian man opens a weeks worth of cigarettes
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Old 12-01-2020, 09:29 PM   #15
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I had a thought for my dad, a gate opener. One Down, several more to go for the others.

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Old 12-01-2020, 09:41 PM   #16
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A gate opener,,,,, doesn't he already have grand kids
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A gate opener,,,,, doesn't he already have grand kids
Lol. Funny thing is mine love to get the gate. The issue is, he is there without them more than not

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Old 12-01-2020, 11:57 PM   #18
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Great thread idea
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I started a new tradition for my son a few years ago. I get him a Case knife every year.

My daughter likes to play music so I get her some kind of instrument every year. Last year was a set of harmonicas.

We ordered a blanket with the Kids pictures on it for the grandparents last year.

Now if you come up with something for the wife, let me know. That's the hardest one for me to buy for.
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Old 12-02-2020, 05:42 AM   #20
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I think this makes a great gift for any outdoorsman.

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Old 12-07-2020, 08:24 AM   #21
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Old 12-07-2020, 08:32 AM   #22
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A good knife sharpener? Everyone needs sharp knives.
Just don’t ask me which one. Our medical examiner sharpens mine for me
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Old 12-07-2020, 08:44 AM   #23
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That can be a hard one brother. Personally I like to give and receive thoughtful gifts. Or handmade gifts. Look at the person. What woman wants a pot scrubber for Christmas? Ah, that would be NONE. Jewelry is always a winner.
My son collected knives until he ran out of room so that’s an idea as well. One year I gave all the sister n laws and my wife a purse knife. Something handy. They loved em. I buy my knives from Smokey Mountain Knife Works. You can find any brand at any price range you want. Never had a problem with th em at all.
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Sibley's bird book and good binoculars. Anyone spending time in field and not observing what mother nature provides is missing out.
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Old 12-07-2020, 08:58 AM   #25
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If needed make good binoculars a family gift since they can be expensive
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Old 12-07-2020, 09:05 AM   #26
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I buy my wife a new Nativity scene every year. She collects them. The secret is not the gift, it’s the hobbie.........makes gifts easy for life (I do have to figure out a few things on my own though).
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How old are the kids?

Are parents and in laws healthy and mobile enough to watch kids and do things with the grandkids? Maybe a destination vacation / experience with the grandkids?
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Old 12-07-2020, 09:11 AM   #28
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So I somehow manage to draw blanks every year for Christmas gift ideas for my kids, parents, in laws, aunt, etc.

Please post gift ideas or what you are getting your loved ones here in Hope of triggering my brain or having an idea others may like.

So far I think I am getting floor mats for my dad for his truck, a tent for my kids, waders and muck boots for my 2 daughters, and that's about all I can come up with.

Thanks in advance.

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Get the girls into barrel racing. They will always need stuff and youíll be so broke no one else will expect gifts.............
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Old 12-07-2020, 01:21 PM   #29
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How old are the kids?

Are parents and in laws healthy and mobile enough to watch kids and do things with the grandkids? Maybe a destination vacation / experience with the grandkids?
5, 8, 11. We actually talked about that last night.

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Get the girls into barrel racing. They will always need stuff and youíll be so broke no one else will expect gifts.............
Lolol. Um, hard pass.

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I started a new tradition for my son a few years ago. I get him a Case knife every year.

My daughter likes to play music so I get her some kind of instrument every year. Last year was a set of harmonicas.

We ordered a blanket with the Kids pictures on it for the grandparents last year.

Now if you come up with something for the wife, let me know. That's the hardest one for me to buy for.

Where did you order the blanket?


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Old 12-07-2020, 03:47 PM   #32
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For those you’d be willing to go with, you might consider a trip. Either with the wife and daughter or just with one of you. Doesn’t have to be extravagant. Even a weekend trip can be long enough to make irreplaceable memories. When this COVID business settles down, I want to take my mom to the Big Bend area where her parents & grandparents grew up. Maybe try and go find the part of the National park that used to belong to them. Probably go just the 2 of us. I know she’d love it.
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I try to just write checks but the wife does not allow..."no thought put into that".

I disagree. I am thinking of their time and what not with getting the "wrong" gift.

She doesn't want anything, but she doesn't gripe about my hunting lease and expenses, sooo.....

We bought my wife a 92 Jeep a few years ago that we are re-doing. Not full on restoration, just redoing. It is in need of transmission repair, so I will more than likely do that for her for Christmas. I however have told her I do not want anything at all. Too many expenses with a kid in college.

Other than that, I am pretty much in the same boat as others...I HAVEN'T GOT A CLUE TO WAT TO GET PEOPLE.

Struggle with it every year.
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Old 12-07-2020, 05:35 PM   #34
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I keep a running list all year long on my phone . Every time someone says they like something I add it to the list under their name. Otherwise I was the same deer in headlights every Xmas. For our older kids we bought them Apple gift cards before they moved out.
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Thatís funny ,canít believe it hasnít sold .
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I literally ask my wife what to get her, it’s the best...
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Old 12-09-2020, 02:26 PM   #38
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I got an engraved knife for my father in law last year and he loved it. You can buy the knife and take it somewhere like Things Remembered or just order it online with the engraving.

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Got my grandsons a new archery target, a Nintendo Switch video game, Simpsons tshirt and facemask, a shark facemask, and got my granddaughter a playdough kitchen set.
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This is my list, I try to spend less than $50 a person, some get 20 dollar stuff and some like my brother get something a little more depending on the practicality of it. All are for adults

Brother- Wheeler gunsmithing screwdriver set like 80 pieces in it from midway.
Sister- little board game thing that you shoot pucks back and forth through a hole, seen an ad on facebook.
BIL- really nice pair of ECWCS cabelas long john tops and my brother got him the bottoms.
SIL-Closet organizer gizmo, wife was in charge of that one
BIL-Box of 9mm fmj cheap stuff and 1 box of the good federal HST. Bought his first pistol and he can't find ammo anywhere up north so hooking him up since I was prepared with some extras.
MIL- No idea, thats the wifes job
FIL- Rapala fishing pliers and knife kit.
Mom- went in $50 each with brother and sister and bought her a kitchen aid stand mixer right at $200 but worth it she has wanted one for a while and will use it.
Dad- Same as above pitched in $50 each and got him a nice counter top ice maker.
Grandparents on my side, both sides getting a little picture frame thing and pic of our daughter in it. Plus jalepeno jelly for grandma.
Then have 2 family friends and their kid who was like my extra set of parents and bonus brother growing up. Spent just as much time at their house as I did at mine, country kids that lived a mile apart and spent a LOT of time together growing up.
Extra dad- Shooting bags for his bad *** range, that I get to frequent often
Extra mom- little mug my wife picked out
Brother from another mother- training to be an army doc or EMT or something of that nature got him a paramedic shirt that says "I fix stupid"

Wife is getting a kitchen aid blender, nice socks, a planner, and a label maker. Spent about $400 on her total which was our agreed upon budget. She is into this thing she seen on pinterest or something last christmas. 4 gifts total, something you want, need, wear and can read. So stuck to that principal for her. No idea what all I am getting but it will be something along those lines.

And for our daughter who is turning 1 Christmas day she is getting some stuff for her birthday and then some stuff for christmas I will be just as surprised as she is when she opens them up. Also in the wife's dept. She told me a month or so ago what it was but I can't remember.

Little long but you asked lol, my best advise is when you hear them say something they want order it then and hide it, doesn't matter what time of year it is. Other thing I also do is cruise through the bargain cave and discount sections of midwayusa and some other outdoor stores and see if anything catches my eye. Got my sister a ****** pair of pants last year for $50 that were like $200 retail from cabelas. And usually good for picking up some other nice items that you may not think about normally but will be there for you to browse. Take 30 minutes out of your day and sit at the computer and look through the pages. Something will stand out at you I promise.
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I accidentally bought US a gun safe last week...that went over like a fart in church.
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Just saw this one...


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Wife - Another pair of Christian Louboutin and bartesian
FIL and MIL - Gift Cards for stores they like
Dad - BBQ Pit
Brother, Sister, BIL, SIL - 100 Cash
Older Nieces and Nephews - 100 Cash
Young Nephews - Various toys totally 100 Value

We opted for cash on most as the older nieces and nephew tend to always complain about their gifts even when we get what they ask for.
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Just ordered a heated vest for my wife that I think sheís gonna love

Having old handwritten recipes put onto cutting boards is always a winner

RC trucks for the kids...canít go wrong...unless u go cheap lol

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Well, I figured for all the guys like me, this was a good time to bump this thread. Time to get serious about shopping for the wife. She likes to keep her car clean so I got her a membership thing to her fav carwash place. Got some bath bomb things as well. Really running out of ideas. Oh well, I have till tomorrow to come up with something
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We use a high end butcher, I put together 9 packages of bacon, jalapeno sausage, and tender loin steaks...
So far it is going well. Everybody wants hand cut bacon in their stocking.......
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We use a high end butcher, I put together 9 packages of bacon, jalapeno sausage, and tender loin steaks...
So far it is going well. Everybody wants hand cut bacon in their stocking.......
This is what I'm going with for my parents.

Most of us consume too many "things." A nice cut of meat will be a nice change up.
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For the wife - heated throw blanket and gift cards for massage, mani&pedi, and her favorite coffee shops plus a few kitchen things she put on her wish list in Amazon.

Evidently Rumba is the same as getting her a handheld vacuum.
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