There's alot of people I am stuck on this year. First, my best friend. She seems to have everything in the world she could possibly need and I never know what to get for her. She is 21 years old. Her and her boyfriend own a house together. She loves decorating her house, she loves candles(but works in a candle store so she has plenty), she likes to read but has a million books she hasn't even begun yet, she likes movies, she likes baking. Under $30 - I'm broke.
Second, my boyfriends whole family.His parents are 50 and 51. They like decorating the house, cooking, his mom likes baking, jigsaw puzzles, they like playing the wii, they love babies.
My boyfriends grandparents - in their 70's. They like baking, cooking, family.... they are more about happiness than materialistic things...
His sister - she is 25 and pregnant with a boy. She is married so I think I should get something that they could both use or appreciate.
Answer by AprilDJC at 3:35 PM on Dec. 7, 2009
In their 70's folks -- Get them sweet's(See's), they sure do that that stuff. Warm non-stick slippers; Magazine subscription of Reader's Digest Large Print.
His sister - Something like this for when she has her baby. I've seen some of these at Wal-greens or drug stores.
Baking folks. Under $30 - Nice apron
Go to Bed, Bath and Beyond lotsa household stuff there; even gift certificates just to play on the save side.
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