Everyone wants Christmas morning to have the wow effect. Which is why shopping for holiday gifts can have a snowball effect.
You pick up something here, another little something there, and the next thing you know there’s a giant pile of ‘stuff’ in the closet. This year, we want to help you be more intentional in your shopping.
Go for gifts that have meaning and purpose. This means asking our kids some questions.
Have you heard of The Four Christmas Gifts Method?
It’s become incredibly popular for a reason. Not only does it make the shopping easier for you, it also makes the gift receiving process more intentional and helps fight entitlement in our kids.
We’re gonna explain how it works but first, grab the free download…
What do you like? What would you wear? What would you like to read? What do you need? These questions make kids think.
Hopefully by answering theses questions, the gifts your kids pick will have meaning far beyond what television commercials tell them is the next big thing.
As your kids are off school or the next time they tell you there’s nothing to do, print off the PDF. They can start thinking about how to answer the questions and you’ll be ready to start shopping.
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