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Now I can see myself purchasing clothing as a gift if it is something very specific and something they want more than something they need, especially for older kids, but if it is something they really need to have, I would never think of giving it as a gift.
As I know many kids will have a new Christmas look and a new pyjama for Christmas mornings, but do you buy clothing as a gift for your own kids? I' m on a low salary, just about to move into a new home, christiams then have 2 week later his birth date of my boy and I expect a babe March 1.
Besides this collapses with the fact that he grows out of his clothing and needs new ones...his 5/6 clothing is now too small. Not many of him I have, but I can't buy tons of toy and additional clothing for Christmas and birthdays. Usually he gets so many new gadgets etc. from the whole familiy that he is not interested in what the gifts are but only in the quantity!
Kids should be thankful for what they get. Sadly, some folks have no cash left, especially at this season. Well, I suppose your kids will need their jackets before Christmas, if they stay that way! We' just doing it to keep the cost down, my mother got my twin brother his boots because her birthdays are a fortnight before Christmas, we just don't have enough free times or cash with my twin and my 4 year old Dad to take care of it!!!
And I think kids should be thankful for what they get. I' m not trying to tell my friend that Christmas is about getting what he wants. I' m not saying someone's kids have eaten like that. It' s my daughter's anniversary just before Christmas, so we will give her a very nice toy for her anniversary and a smaller toy for Christmas, but also clothing and handicrafts.
At Christmas I always got new dresses and thought it was bright and wouldn't be wearing any of my old ones until I had worn all my new ones. Thanks so much for pointing out to ClaireR that my kids probably need their overcoats now, not a month from now.
Thanks so much for pointing out to ClaireR that my babies probably need their overcoats now, not a month from now. I' m getting my kids' dresses for Christmas. When I was little, I got dressed... every man for himself, but I don't see it as a personal one. No, I don't buy Christmas/birthday clothing for my kiddies as a gift, they have new pj's in their Christmas evening basket, but there are new Christmas clothing for Christmas that all hang in their closet.....
Mama asked me what she wanted for Christmas, I saw a nice little robe from earlier and I said to her that she would get it, she has her cote for schools and 2 brighter robes more for autumn and autumn and a wet robe, but no outlet robe because the last year is too small for her now.......
My mother also gave my boy a thick pilots coat from the hole I wanted to buy, but she said she would buy it, with some gadgets.... Thanks so much for pointing out to ClaireR that my kids probably need their overcoats now, not a month from now.
It is not my tendency to give only "everyday" or "normal" clothing as a gift. Obviously, if Dad needed a new overcoat, then I would buy a more beautiful one from Next for Christmas, while I would normally buy one from Asda. It makes me a little sick to give her things that I would buy anyway, like birthdays stockings I made in the past.
Personally, I like it when folks buy clothing for my second. I think they get enough toy from us at Christmas. The side of my familiy always buys clothing, whether it's pyj's, dresses, denim and shirts or like this year my mother buys them sneakers. Dh's hatred of families buys clothing for gifts and some of them grudgingly buy clothing.
I' m not against my kids having clothing as a gift, but I don't think that gifts should be things they need so in this case, if they need snow jackets, then they should not be handled as gifts. And if you already had functioning jackets and just wanted a new one, then yes, it can be a gift.
However, if I couldn't buy both the gifts and clothing they needed, I appreciate packing the clothing and saying they were gifts. This year I purchased a Cars and Happy Feet Top for my partner young Cousin for Christmas. I' ll probably continue to buy clothing for my own kid (due) for birthdays and Christmas.
Kids already get far too much toy from other humans and clothing is always something they need. But the way I look at it, cash is close for everyone and it helps the whole familiy out and saves me cash by purchasing them something that they need.
I' ve just got my toy and new pickups this year, but my two boys need new clothing because they're really starting to grow so quickly right now. When and how my kids need them all year round, I buy them attire. I also buy a few pieces as gifts to complement all the new games they get on Christmas mornings.
No, I don't give DD clothing for Christmas or her birthdays, she just gets it when she needs it. I sometimes have family members who buy DD clothing for their birthdays or Christmas that my daughters like to have, but I don't mind.