The children in my family are still pretty young (toddlers for the most part), so during this holiday season the adults are definitely more excited about giving gifts to the kids than the kids are about receiving them. When we're at the mall or Target, we get so excited playing in the toy section or checking out cute outfits for our young ones.
However, because we realize that the kids are still so young we're trying not to go overboard with the gift giving.
We don't want the focus of this season to be about presents and new things, but instead on family, traditions, thanksgiving and love. So, this year we've decided to set a limit to 3 gifts per child and adult.
We've heard how some families only do one gift per person and think that's eventually what we'd like to do as well (we would have done that this year, but when we made the rule we had already bought too many gifts
What about you all? Do you have limits on how many gifts each person in your family receives? Do you have a holiday gift-giving plan?