Secret Santa Gift Exchange

Christmas is my favorite times of the year! I love buying gifts for others, of course I like receiving them as well, but who doesn't. This year I was contacted by T.J. Maxx/Marshalls and asked if I wanted to participate in a Secret Santa gift exchange with fellow bloggers.

We were each given a $50 gift card to spend at T.J.Maxx or Marshalls. When I received the name of the person I was buying for, I took a look at her site (How Not to Dress Like a Mom) to get some kind of clues as to what she would like. Buying a gift for someone you know nothing about is quite difficult! Lucky for me, in one of Jacqueline's earlier postings she mentioned some items she liked! :)

I decided I would go to TJ Maxx because the prices are incredible and their selection is great. I was able to pick up an amazing Sterling Silver Pendant Necklace, a cute silver clutch purse with sequins, and some Christmas cookies. I had so much fun shopping for her, I can't wait to hear what she thought of her gifts. ->Update: Jacqueline loved her gifts. See her post here.

A few days after sending Jacqueline's gifts, I received my gifts (pictured above) from my secret santa, Laurie at Guessing All the Way. I received a large tote, a Candle, Starbucks coffee and Two large animal print Coffee Mugs (hmmm did I mention somewhere on our blog that my favorite coffee cup broke and that I needed a new one...oh and that I that I absolutely love animal print). My Secret Santa did a fantastic job at choosing my gifts - I love them! I hope I did as good of a job at choosing gifts for Jacqueline.

1 comment:

Clueless_Mama said...

I am so glad that you liked your gifts. You are right, it is hard to buy for someone you don't know. I did the same thing as you and came over and read your profile and a few posts. It sounded like you and your daughter are very close, so I thought you may enjoy having coffee together some time. You did find your chocolate bars too right? I hope you have a great Holiday! Merry Christmas.

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