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Pleasing Toys For Christmas
Every year, Toys 'R Us sends the Christmas catalog out to entice customers to enter their stores. Children lunge for this special catalog, circling all of their desired toys for Christmas that they hope they find under the tree. Parents get their hands on the catalogs once their children have leafed through it circling all of their desired toys for Christmas and might groan in glancing through it. As the years move on, the prices of toys for Christmas continue to rise. Not uncontrollably, but they have risen with the inflation. Most of the new toys for Christmas that come out each year seem to be more advanced. Computer games and technology seem to be a bit too much for some parents to grasp. Parents find themselves thinking back to the days when toys for Christmas were much simpler.
Black Friday has become one of the most popular buying days of the year. It is on that particular day that all the newest toys for Christmas make their debut and shelves in toy stores empty rather quickly. Kids want to peek in shopping bags when their parents return home, hoping to see what toys for Christmas they can expect to unwrap on Christmas morning. Some parents won't even walk in their front doors after shopping without having the longed for toys for Christmas wrapped up.
Though new toys for Christmas come out every year, some of the older toys seem to maintain their popularity. Many adults will
argue that it simply means that the old style of toys for Christmas are the best but it may simply be due to popularity and reputation. Board games are commonly among the same toys for Christmas that survive as the years move on. Granted, they are not selling in as large of quantities and may have gotten some cosmetic lifts but they have the same concepts and ideas.
As a child, I would take the catalog of toys for Christmas and cut out the pictures that I wanted. I'd glue them to pieces of paper and give my "wish list" to my parents. By that time, I had given up on believing in Santa, but not on the desire to have new toys for Christmas. That tradition has become popular in my household now that I have children of my own. My son likes to cut pictures of his desired toys for Christmas and leave them in different places. He'll put one or two inside of a book that I'm reading or on my husband's desk. He'll find any way that he can to guarantee that we won't forget about getting him Christmas presents. As if we could forget.
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