Why do we buy Christmas presents for babies
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 | Mummy and Little Me
Does a Baby really need presents at Christmas? That to some might sound ludicrous, how could you not buy your little one presents, and don't get me wrong, I have got P quite a few already but I almost feel a little silly. He's going to be six months, I really can't remember when I was 6 let alone 5 and a half years previous to that, is he really going to notice if he doesn't have lots of bits? You see, with Noah, he was three weeks at Christmas and our first so we bought him way more than he possibly needed and ended up opening them ourselves because clearly he couldn't do so, in fact, he slept through the whole morning. I guess what I'm trying to say is, is it a waste of money buying baby bits when they really don't understand. For us, I've bought P around 15 items, nothing expensive or big as we have so many of the larger items (jumperoo etc) left over from Noah, but I'm almost certain if I left him empty handed he'd be none the wiser, but his bigger brother would most definitely question where Patricks presents are. I could put money on the fact he'd think it's because P has been 'naughty', can't you tell we're really bigging Santa up this year?