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pollyanna ideas.. firsttimerbaby Due March 11 (boy); 18 kids; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2473 posts
1st Dec '09

We have a $50 cap, I have to buy something from both my husband and I - we're doing this with his sisters/brother in laws.. apparently we buy something neutral and then we pick numbers or something.. whatever. Anyone have suggestions?

LαNenα 3 kids; Phoenix, Arizona 18513 posts
1st Dec '09
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Rette Mich 1 child; Texas 27603 posts
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firsttimerbaby Due March 11 (boy); 18 kids; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2473 posts
1st Dec '09

A group of people all buy neutral presents, and the presents are numbered - you draw a number and then you pick presents in that order, you're also allowed to steal from the person in front of you. Basically I just need a neutral gift that I can buy for $50 or under..

WINK* Due December 1; 2 kids; Mobile, Alabama 2625 posts
1st Dec '09

Like Dirty Santa?

We do that in our family because there are so many of us. Each couple buys one gift and puts them in a pile then everyone draws numbers. The first person picks a gift from the pile and then so on and so forth, but every person after has thathas the option of stealing another persons already opened gift or getting another one out of the pile. Once a gift has been passed three times it is dead and the person who got it last gets to keep it. Our family really gets into it. It's pretty fun.

but as for what to get..... Last year I got a stainless steel bbq grill tool set. It was really neat and it only cost like 20 bucks at Target. Ended up being a hit.

firsttimerbaby Due March 11 (boy); 18 kids; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2473 posts
1st Dec '09
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LαNenα 3 kids; Phoenix, Arizona 18513 posts
1st Dec '09
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firsttimerbaby Due March 11 (boy); 18 kids; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2473 posts
1st Dec '09
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