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Love is in the air. You might be starting to think about Valentine’s Day, and how to celebrate with a special someone in your life.
What should you get? How much should you spend?
Valentine’s Day can be a tricky holiday, especially for those in a newly established relationship. What do you get them? It is a difficult balance to give a thoughtful and meaningful gift, but also one that is price and time-appropriate.
Before you know it, Valentine’s Day is here and aside from making sure your significant other is taken care of, there are the kids to think about, or should I say their class. Parents and teachers know all too well the added stress of forgetting or last minute shopping for Valentine’s Day in the classroom. It can be hard to get creative, without overspending.
Hi Pinhole Press shoppers! I’m Lauren Koster, owner of Lauren Koster Creative, an event planning business and lifestyle blog, and I’m a mom to an imaginative almost-three-year-old. He’s at that magic age where there is nothing specific on his list, but he is excited about everything! Lately, he loses it (in the best way) when I bring him home cool socks. It’s going to make stuffing his stocking and filling under the tree easy and fun! I also have a young niece and nephew to buy for who are a little more challenging.
The holidays are right around the corner, so now’s the time to make that list and check it twice! It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of shopping for the children in your life, but don’t forget that grandparents deserve a little something special, too. Grandparents are usually busy spoiling your kids during the year, but December is the ideal time to turn the tables and show them some love.
How’s your holiday shopping coming along? It’s usually easy to choose a present for the people closest to us, since we see them often and know exactly what they like. It’s harder to shop for a family and friends that we care about but don’t get to see as often.