Cast Your Vote:
- Tacky -- Votes: 7
- Not tacky -- Votes: 5
- other -- Votes: 1
What do you think of creating wish lists for your child's birthday?
Does age change your opinion, like if it's for a 1st birthday or a child that is actually old enough to give input?
I only tell people what the kids want if they ask (and a lot of my family will ask).
I do because we are far and no one talks to each other abd everyone asks what they want. So I poibt them to the wish list and once someones buys it it takes it off the list so it prevents doubles. Its hard for me to get to the store. And it saves on shipping sometimes. It sucks in alaska.
At home I just tell people what she likes and if I need to return it I will.. But usually gifts arent necessary
I wouldn't mind seeing it. As long as different price ranges were covered so I didn't feel like shit if I couldn't get something off the list because I couldn't afford anything. If I wanted to do it but worried someone would take it wrong or think it was tacky, I would maybe include in the invite a way to see the list, but not the actual list. Say, 'See Kallee's favorite things and what she is into these days on my fb page (call me, at this place where she is registered, ask me at work, etc. whatever the case). I put in my showere invite that we didn't like pink and no one seemed to mind.