Saturday, February 14, 2009

Too early for the Holidays

Guess what? I'm thinking about the coming Holidays now. I know it's way too early yet I can't help myself because I can't wait to see my son who would be 3-years-old by that time to open his gifts that he would surely love. That doesn't mean that I'm not giving him gifts before Holidays, of course I will, but you know how much kids loves to open gifts, I mean lots of gifts during that season.

Anyway, I just happened to remember one commercial from Walmart during last year's Holiday. It was about a kid who can't stop himself from smiling after he received his gift which is a gift card. So, he went to Walmart and got himself a Nintendo DS. So, I thought, it would be a great idea to give gift cards if you don't know what they want or you want them to have the freedom to choose what they really wanted.

Starts at Two


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