Cut the Clutter
Most toy manufacturers must be considering that the more pieces a toy consists of, the better it is. If you are going to gift your children a set of LEGO’s, or anything other, which consists of many pieces, you should better get it along with the container to store all the pieces. Any gift, with multiple details is a hit until there are only few pieces left three days after.
There is another piece of advice. Instead of wrapping your children’s presents in all these gift wraps, you may simply pack them in gift bags, as your and your kids’ patience can easily run thin, while you all be expecting when this cutting through the tape an cords, holding the toys process comes to its end.
There is one more idea of how to present your multiples with different gifts every time. You may simply put aside several new toys and get the out over the next several months. It is also a way out to keep out a few of the gifts over which your children are most excited and put the others away for some weeks or months. When you see your kids need something new to play with, you may simply pull out the newest playthings, instead of going to the shop, looking for something and, which is the most devastating, spending a lot of money. It is even possible to rotate your children’s toys every half a year or so, as little kids may completely forget that they have already played with the toys, which were in the safe place. And it is the least expensive way to give each of them a new gift every time.
Find the Balance
You are be aware of the fact, that after all is said and done, your children will keep in their minds much more about the activities, they were engaged in, rather then what they were presented with, and now many gifts has each of them received on some definite Christmas Eve. In your haste to put the best present under the Christmas tree, remember about your family traditions incorporating. Moreover, these activities and traditions do not have to cost much, if any at all. Holiday times are the periods of our children’s lives, which they never fail to remember such events like being at church on Christmas Eve, Frosty the Snowman stops by to leave something for everyone, an interesting game or some new and fascinating movie for kids to enjoy.
You are to be aware, that in several years, when your multiples get older, it will not matter whether they were gifted matching LEGOS, whether they were fighting like bandits over some toy, they were not able to divide, or whether one of them got seven presents, while the other got six or five. However, you are to be sure, that what your children will of no doubt remember, is crawling around the Christmas Tree in their pajamas on Christmas morning in order to find their best holiday light display, sitting on Santa’s lap and telling their grandest wished into his ear in a whispering manner, or gobbling down a big red, sky – blue, bowl of ice cream, while watching Christmas Eve on Sesame Street, even in case if one of them did have a little bit less ice cream in his or her bowel than others.