What was your favorite Christmas gift of all time?

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  1. ladyjane1 profile image69
    ladyjane1posted 13 years ago

    What was your favorite Christmas gift of all time?

  2. geegee77 profile image61
    geegee77posted 13 years ago

    Ive got to say it was an easy bake oven, I dont remember how old I was maybe 8 or 9 I loved it!

  3. JustLiveCat profile image60
    JustLiveCatposted 13 years ago

    A toy chest - a large one - filled with toys from the local 'five and dime' type store. My name was stenciled on the chest - it was blue with red trim. I think my mom still has that chest at her house!

  4. dragonlady1967 profile image68
    dragonlady1967posted 13 years ago

    A southsea pearl necklace my bestfriend gave my children to give me one christmas.

  5. onegoodwoman profile image69
    onegoodwomanposted 13 years ago

    It was no gift of childhood, no doll, bicycle, toy or game.....it would come many years later.

    A very small plaque, perhaps 2 x4 inches.........with a Proverbs quote.......given to me by my own daughter..........

    It reads.........

    And her children arise and call her blessed.

  6. j.amie profile image61
    j.amieposted 13 years ago

    My grandmother didn't have much to her name, but she saved all her pennies (literally) and gave a container of pennies to all her grandkids every Christmas. When I was small, I didn't quite get it. But now all grown, with Grandmother gone, I remember it fondly. At the risk of sounding cheesy and cliche', it really is the love behind the gift more-so than the gift alone.

  7. mylife=adventure profile image61
    mylife=adventureposted 13 years ago

    My cat Snoop Dogg! He's a true street cat born and raised we rescued him and im pretty sure he's gonna grow into his name and become a rapper as well!

  8. omgitzallisong profile image59
    omgitzallisongposted 13 years ago

    my favorite christmas present of all time.. mmm it would have to be my iPod touch

  9. abbeynism profile image39
    abbeynismposted 13 years ago

    What I ever I thinking I can give out.
    what comes from my heart and not what I see others giving.

  10. MPG1 profile image61
    MPG1posted 13 years ago

    Seeing everyone I care about happy with the gifts I had given them.

  11. lindacee profile image85
    lindaceeposted 13 years ago


    Wow, I would have to say my "Dino the Dinosaur" toy. He was battery operated, his neck moved up and down and he roamed all over the house. It was state of the art technology circa 1962!

  12. R.Cruz101 profile image58
    R.Cruz101posted 13 years ago

    sega genesis when I was about 5 or 6 years old

  13. kids-toy-box profile image71
    kids-toy-boxposted 13 years ago

    Three Christmas ago my boyfriend gave me an esspresso pot..its one of my most treasured possessions since I do love coffee.

  14. FloBe profile image65
    FloBeposted 13 years ago

    I have lots of favorites but my most recent favorite Christmas gift was a few years ago. I got it from my husband and he had searched for just the right one for me, including games--it was a Nintendo DS. That winter was cold and snowy and I wasn't able to get out much. The games helped me get through the January/February blues.

  15. profile image51
    maidmarion9posted 13 years ago

    My big cuddly teddy bear, which my mom & dad bought me one year.  It came in a big box in the mail, it has been a great friend and cuddly bed companion!

  16. TheRaptorClaw profile image60
    TheRaptorClawposted 13 years ago

    My favorite gift was my laptop. I got it last year and i still love it.

  17. Gabriel Wilson profile image90
    Gabriel Wilsonposted 13 years ago

    My favorite Christmas gift  was a small toy village complete with a police woman with a jail, a postman, a fire engine with a station and dog. There was even a dentist dressed in white. It had little cars and a garage with a petrol pump. I played with that game for hours and hours for years and years. I still have it.

  18. Wayne Brown profile image79
    Wayne Brownposted 13 years ago

    It was the answer to my prayers...the return of the mother that I knew.  Several years ago my mother developed pernicious anemia which is the inability of the body's digestive system to absorb B-12 from food. She slowly deteriorated, became depressed and demented and her personality totally changed. It was as if she had died and something else was dominating her living body. At a point near death, a specialist discovered the problem and quickly got her on a path back to being normal...today, she is once again my normal, loving mom of 83. That was the best gift I have ever received in life. I wrote a hub about it called, "The Factor".  WB

  19. CarolineChicago profile image76
    CarolineChicagoposted 13 years ago

    As a child, I would have to say it's a tie between my Holly Hobby desk set (pen, desk pad, pencil holder) and my Barbie make-up head, complete with different lipsticks, eye shadows, and long hair to style.

    As an adult, either the leather coat my husband got for me or my KitchenAid mixer.


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