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Annoying Toys: The Gift of Giving Parents ... a Headache

Whether it is deliberate gift-wrapped revenge or a well-meant mistake, kids are often the recipients of Christmas presents their parents would rather they did not receive. You know, those gifts that mysteriously disappear as soon as the kids go back ...

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For my son's first Christmas, my husband got Nate some Chinese medicine balls. You know, two steel balls in a case that make a nice sound when you swirl them around each other? Yeah. That's right. I said STEEL balls. Great gift for a baby. The best w...

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