Mine - my 13 year old son won this by miles! He literally didn't want anything - at all. Hello 13 year old boys should want something right? All he asked for was clothing. WHAT? So, the only thing I have even remotely heard him talk about this year is an iPod... so I bought him one just so he would have something to open.
My mom is usually the easiest and only because she doesn't like anything... so I get her the usual because I know she will be happy with it. LOL. I usually do a gift basket with a sparkling cider, a champagne glass, a flavored coffee, different teas, and a few hot cocoas with a mug. Each year it is different- like this year, I made a hot cocoa mix instead of buying packets. She likes it and I know it is something that will be used.
All of the boys (okay, men) in my family are hard to buy for. This year, my sister's husband wins the prize as the hardest. Luckily, Sister K came through at the last minute with a surefire gift idea. Yay!
EVERYBODY! I wish I would have started in January to do my Christmas shopping! Because everyone is so hard to buy for, I ended up giving gift cards. And that is really NO FUN! So, my goal is to start shopping early, shop hard, shop online and have everything done by OCT LOL, wish me luck!
My brother-in-law. Men are hard to buy for in general. But this guy is near impossible. As a matter of fact, I ended up getting him a gift card to Home Depot and haven't even mailed it yet. (Poor guy!)
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