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Prior to embracing frugality and understanding how much happier we are living a simpler life, we exchanged gifts and all it did was stress us out.We were running around behind each other’s backs trying desperately to spend money on stuff that the other person usually ended up returning to the store… Our mutual decision to cease giving gifts came about as a result of a conversation in which we realized that what we both want for the holidays is a chance to spend quality time together.Buying used toys and books is a way to save massive amounts of money and also to not stress out if she doesn’t end up enjoying a particular toy–I simply pass it along to someone else.Babywoods is book-crazy right now, so I’ve been hitting up used book sales at libraries and scouting out deals on books (circa 0.10 cents to

Prior to embracing frugality and understanding how much happier we are living a simpler life, we exchanged gifts and all it did was stress us out.We were running around behind each other’s backs trying desperately to spend money on stuff that the other person usually ended up returning to the store… Our mutual decision to cease giving gifts came about as a result of a conversation in which we realized that what we both want for the holidays is a chance to spend quality time together.Buying used toys and books is a way to save massive amounts of money and also to not stress out if she doesn’t end up enjoying a particular toy–I simply pass it along to someone else.Babywoods is book-crazy right now, so I’ve been hitting up used book sales at libraries and scouting out deals on books (circa 0.10 cents to $1 per book) that I think she’ll enjoy. FW’s “Fine Homebuilding” magazine the other day, so maybe I should just give her back issues of those ;).This year, I think it’ll be fun to watch her open a few presents–all of which I’ve bought used at garage sales over the course of the year.Let’s be honest here, kids have no idea if a toy is used or not and they absolutely do not care. I imagine this will shift as Babywoods gets older, but at two years old, a toy bus is a toy bus whether it was $1 at a garage sale (which it was, thank you very much) or $22.99 on Amazon. Either way, she gets a ‘wheels-on-bus’ (that being what she calls all busses).

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Prior to embracing frugality and understanding how much happier we are living a simpler life, we exchanged gifts and all it did was stress us out.

We were running around behind each other’s backs trying desperately to spend money on stuff that the other person usually ended up returning to the store… Our mutual decision to cease giving gifts came about as a result of a conversation in which we realized that what we both want for the holidays is a chance to spend quality time together.

Buying used toys and books is a way to save massive amounts of money and also to not stress out if she doesn’t end up enjoying a particular toy–I simply pass it along to someone else.

Babywoods is book-crazy right now, so I’ve been hitting up used book sales at libraries and scouting out deals on books (circa 0.10 cents to $1 per book) that I think she’ll enjoy. FW’s “Fine Homebuilding” magazine the other day, so maybe I should just give her back issues of those ;).

This year, I think it’ll be fun to watch her open a few presents–all of which I’ve bought used at garage sales over the course of the year.

Let’s be honest here, kids have no idea if a toy is used or not and they absolutely do not care. I imagine this will shift as Babywoods gets older, but at two years old, a toy bus is a toy bus whether it was $1 at a garage sale (which it was, thank you very much) or $22.99 on Amazon. Either way, she gets a ‘wheels-on-bus’ (that being what she calls all busses).

If you’re wondering how I manage to find everything second-hand, check out How To Find Anything and Everything Used: A Compendium Of Frugal Treasure Hunting.

The novelty of new toys and books is incredibly high for a two-year-old, but their interest also wanes pretty darn quickly.

per book) that I think she’ll enjoy. FW’s “Fine Homebuilding” magazine the other day, so maybe I should just give her back issues of those ;).This year, I think it’ll be fun to watch her open a few presents–all of which I’ve bought used at garage sales over the course of the year.Let’s be honest here, kids have no idea if a toy is used or not and they absolutely do not care. I imagine this will shift as Babywoods gets older, but at two years old, a toy bus is a toy bus whether it was

Prior to embracing frugality and understanding how much happier we are living a simpler life, we exchanged gifts and all it did was stress us out.We were running around behind each other’s backs trying desperately to spend money on stuff that the other person usually ended up returning to the store… Our mutual decision to cease giving gifts came about as a result of a conversation in which we realized that what we both want for the holidays is a chance to spend quality time together.Buying used toys and books is a way to save massive amounts of money and also to not stress out if she doesn’t end up enjoying a particular toy–I simply pass it along to someone else.Babywoods is book-crazy right now, so I’ve been hitting up used book sales at libraries and scouting out deals on books (circa 0.10 cents to $1 per book) that I think she’ll enjoy. FW’s “Fine Homebuilding” magazine the other day, so maybe I should just give her back issues of those ;).This year, I think it’ll be fun to watch her open a few presents–all of which I’ve bought used at garage sales over the course of the year.Let’s be honest here, kids have no idea if a toy is used or not and they absolutely do not care. I imagine this will shift as Babywoods gets older, but at two years old, a toy bus is a toy bus whether it was $1 at a garage sale (which it was, thank you very much) or $22.99 on Amazon. Either way, she gets a ‘wheels-on-bus’ (that being what she calls all busses).

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Prior to embracing frugality and understanding how much happier we are living a simpler life, we exchanged gifts and all it did was stress us out.

We were running around behind each other’s backs trying desperately to spend money on stuff that the other person usually ended up returning to the store… Our mutual decision to cease giving gifts came about as a result of a conversation in which we realized that what we both want for the holidays is a chance to spend quality time together.

Buying used toys and books is a way to save massive amounts of money and also to not stress out if she doesn’t end up enjoying a particular toy–I simply pass it along to someone else.

Babywoods is book-crazy right now, so I’ve been hitting up used book sales at libraries and scouting out deals on books (circa 0.10 cents to $1 per book) that I think she’ll enjoy. FW’s “Fine Homebuilding” magazine the other day, so maybe I should just give her back issues of those ;).

This year, I think it’ll be fun to watch her open a few presents–all of which I’ve bought used at garage sales over the course of the year.

Let’s be honest here, kids have no idea if a toy is used or not and they absolutely do not care. I imagine this will shift as Babywoods gets older, but at two years old, a toy bus is a toy bus whether it was $1 at a garage sale (which it was, thank you very much) or $22.99 on Amazon. Either way, she gets a ‘wheels-on-bus’ (that being what she calls all busses).

If you’re wondering how I manage to find everything second-hand, check out How To Find Anything and Everything Used: A Compendium Of Frugal Treasure Hunting.

The novelty of new toys and books is incredibly high for a two-year-old, but their interest also wanes pretty darn quickly.

at a garage sale (which it was, thank you very much) or .99 on Amazon. Either way, she gets a ‘wheels-on-bus’ (that being what she calls all busses).

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We cook special meals, we go out to eat, we watch Christmas movies at home, we go on hikes, and we hang out.Plenty of folks do kids-only gift giving, which is a great strategy!I, however, enjoy giving gifts to the adults in my immediate family.I will not be held responsible for angry partners on holidays ;)!!

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This will be the first Christmas where we actually give gifts to our daughter.Join the Frugalwoods Facebook group to participate in next month’s Reader Suggestions! Also known as my excuse to write about the holidays with fervor and spam you with photos of Frugal Hound dressed up as Santa Clause, a reindeer, an elf, and… Much as we all love the holidays (OR MAYBE IT’S JUST ME), there’s a sneaky penchant for them to become expensive, stressful, and overpriced. But first, I need to wax on for awhile, just so you feel like you’re getting money’s worth with this post.

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