With Christmas around the corner there is no doubt you have started thinking about what Santa will be bringing to the children in your life for Christmas.
I don’t know about your child but starting mid October my child starts telling me he wants every single thing he sees on TV. It makes it hard for me to know what he REALLY wants. So this year I got smart. I pulled out the Sears Wish Book which by the way is celebrating its 60th Anniversary.
Of course Big Brother circled more toys than I care to count. Still making it hard to know which toy this kid really wants. So out came the scissors and our wish book got destroyed. After I cut out every single thing he circled I told him to pick 3 and only 3. These are the 3 toys we glued on to our letter to Santa. Now lets see what Santa decides to bring 😉
Well what if you are buying for a niece or nephew or another little kid where you are not sure what to get them. Well Sears has a solution for you. The Sears Toy Finder is an AWESOME tool that Sears offers visitors to their site. I actually used it to come up with some ideas for Little Brother for Christmas. All you got to do is enter the age and sex of the child and then the price range you want to spent. Then sit back and check out the toys it recommends to you.
As you can see between the wish book and the toy finder Sears is helping to make your gift giving easier this year and take a bit of stress away from finding the perfect gift for the child in your life. If there helping you is not enough, then how about these 2 awesome offers.
- Until December 24th receive $10 off a purchase of $100 or more on regular priced toys. Use coupon code 941 612 203.
- Get free shipping until December 20th with your purchase of $75 or more. This is the deadline as well to receive your items by December 25th.
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Disclosure: I am part of the Sears Canada The Baby’s Room Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.