Christmas List 2009 ~ 13-20 year olds

Today’s post is the fourth of five, each post representing one ‘category’ of Christmas List 2009. I’m giving you guys one last chance to see all the great ideas, and to add an idea or two of your own.

Dude. This is seriously wearin’ me out. So many great ideas, which means so much shopping. Which eventually means trying to resit more shopping. It’s quite a vicious cycle. And I’m sure you don’t want to hear about it.

Welcome to my most current version of Christmas List 2009 for 13-20 year olds.

If your idea isn’t listed, or you’d like to add something feel free to do so in the comment section. You’ve got until 8:00 tonight.

Then I’ll select a winner and post it sometime after 8:00.

In case you forgot, winner gets one of these.

For $25 benjamins. $25 clams. $25 cucumbers.

Here ya go. Christmas List 2009 for 13-20 year olds.

P.S. Don’t forget that when you shop at to go through the Love Without Boundaries Amazon icon at the bottom of their homepage, or through this link at New Day Foster Home. That way LWB or New Day Foster Home receives a small portion of the proceeds of your purchase!

P.P.S. PLEASE price shop as well. Sometimes Amazon’s prices are ridiculous. Just sayin’. Check around.



  1. Ok, since I missed the other categories I will just list it here…probably better for little kids or in the adult category but you can put it where you want =) I just found out about these last night and it wouldn't be in time for Christmas but I'm thinkin' for upcoming birthdays….

    Daddy Dolls…so stinkin' cute, I would love one for when my hubby is deployed! And you can totally disregard if I have been living under a rock and the rest of the military community already knows about these =)


  2. Still have to say Nintendo DSI…

  3. Jessica Lui says:

    1)Scarlet Threads handmade aprons! stylish and a great cause!

    2) Steven Curtis Chapman's new CD (Beauty Will Rise)

    3) NFL Snuggies :)

    4) Super Mario Bros Game for Wii

    It's new! And multiplayer! and SO MUCH FUN!

  4. One word… iPhone. All the college kids I know have them, lots of high school kids too and it seems the ones that don't have it want it. It's a phone, camera, video camera, internet, email, video games, music, gps, etc. in one pocket sized device. Heck, I want one too :0)

  5. My teenagers have actually been quite helpful to me this year…

    Toms Shoes (buy one, one pair is donated to children in need)

    Collegiate Snuggies;jsessionid=LmjptMQ20S2hB8G1yDDd8tV7T9spvFZGpRVj5LhtyCvntjyQXCMQ!-606155885!-444196908

    Northface Denali Jackets (hint – try ebay for more than 1/2 off retail)

    And… what is on my teen's list (that she is not getting but will before she leaves for college) is the Macbook laptop

  6. The Gang's Momma! says:

    I LOVE KB's idea – I've seen them advertised and I choke up every time I see them. Great idea Kristy!

    For our 13-20's we love all things Wii. But one that particularly tickles this Eagles lovin' family is the Madden games. '09 is so realistic, I can't even imagine what the new version is like.

    Also, the LEGO line of superhero Wii games is fun – requires creativity and problem solving skills without the screen full of needless violence or scantily clad damsels in distress. Here's one:

  7. The only thing I can come up with is a season pass to a local theme park or museum. My kids have loved getting passes to Sea World and Six Flags…

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