DS is a November birthday and we finally gave in after years of resistance and bought him a Wii and the Wii fit plus which cost a b***** fortune! So this Christmas will be a more frugal affair for him and he knows this!
He will get a powerball (because he is obsessed by balls) which is a fun ball / gyroscope thing that strengthens wrists and arms, a new hoodie (because his arms are poking out his old ones), i-Tunes voucher, a Wii points card (so he can go online and download little games for the Wii) and a Wii game (Amazon have a sale on games at the moment and we will save about Â£15 on that). Oh and a new fountain pen (because he has lost the one I bought in Sept and his teachers say that without it it looks as if he has 'attacked the page with a pen knife'
). This will come in well under Â£100.
DD has just had her tax, MOT and insurance paid for so she isn't expecting much this year either. Probably a gadget that will allow her to play her i-phone in her car, an i-Tunes voucher, couple of tops and some cash.