It is that time of year. Here at Habits the women have already been giving us some great holiday ideas. My family loves the holiday season. Christmas is a big deal around here, not necessarily big presents, but lots of fun and family time. I even like the family friendly commercials they show during the season.
However, I have already seen it coming, those advertisers trying to get my children to want the hottest toy or clothing item of the year. It is a battle sometimes not to be caught up in the commercialism and materialism of the season, so for this week’s habits post I thought I would have a little fun and remind our readers and myself what some of those items look like a few weeks or months after Christmas. This was a gift my older girls received one Christmas.
What you should know before you purchase an AG doll for Christmas. If your child actually wants to play with the doll, the pictures below might be your doll’s fate as well.
A better alternative might be the $19.99 Target doll. I’m just sayin’…
“Don’t store up treasures here on earth, where moths eat them and rust destroys them, and where thieves break in and steal. Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal. Matthew 6: 19-20