Happy Christmas to all!
Look what Santa brought! Lil Tykes Activity Garden, made for ages 6-36 months. Hopefully she will get lots of play time out of this one.
$59.99 from Costco.
I had full intentions of leaving it at that. She won’t remember. She doesn’t care. But with a 16-year-old Helper Elf in the house this Christmas, Babystar ended up with a few more gifts under the tree. She had twice the amount of presents to open as the teenagers. And it took her fifty times as long to open them. Well, drool on them and excitedly bang on them and play with the bows while the tall people in the room all ‘helped’ her open them.
For Accounting Purposes:
Eight board books, wrapped individually. Why did we do that?? (Costco): $15.98
Press Here, a cute interactive book (Costco): $9.99
Two wooden teething rings (Marshall’s): $5.94
Plastic teething ring (Marshall’s): $1.97
Vibrating teething grapes (Marshall’s): $2.97
Crinkly ‘book’ (Carter’s Outlet): $4
Sassy Crib & Floor Mirror (Buy Buy Baby): $9.99
Stuffed monster with mirror belly (Carter’s Outlet): $8
Plastic links because you can never have enough (Buy Buy Baby): $4.99
Alphabet links: $5.99
Holly Jolly Total: $129.81
(I obviously did not include gifts purchased by siblings or grandparents, etc. I was pleasantly surprised that the new grandparents did not go overboard.)
RAISING BABYSTAR: $5,552.71