On Thursday, I shared some photos of the gifts we received from the Reddit Disney Gift Exchange this year and above shows the gifts we 'gave' as part of the program this year. Here's the post showing what we 'gave' last year in 2015 . The person we matched with lived in Nevada and professed their love of Cinderella and a specific set of Disney pins - which made it easy. We went with a Cinderella Mickey ears Christmas ornament and that set of five princess pins. She seemed happy as the pins helped her complete a set. The girls had fun picking out the right items from the Disney store and I had fun teaching them about random acts of kindness.
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For the second year in a row, we participated in Reddit's Disney Gift Exchange with the girls being the 'intended audience' of the gifts being sent and received. Here's my post from last year's exchange where we gave away some Peter Pan and Wendy gear to a Redditor . I'll post the details of what we 'gave' at some point, but here's the details on what we were sent. I posted the full note here on RedditGifts, so you can see the full story . Our "Santa" was super thoughtful and asked a bunch of questions. Turns out, they were in couple in Kansas who are Disney fans (just like us) but don't have kids, so they loved (so they said!) being paired up with our girls. The day the box arrived, we let the girls open it. And on top was a sweet little note from their pal Mickey: And under the little tote bag was this bounty! Ermahgerd ! Tons of stuff for both girls. They were in heaven! And some pins f
Once again this year, I participated in the Reddit Secret Santa. My giftee in this year's version posted the gift I sent in the gallery with a 'feel good' post title of "BEST GIFT EVER" . When I went to retrieve my match, he gave me some good stuff to work with: he enjoys trying different kind of beers and he just starting building his own bar in his basement. So...after a bit of searching, I landed on this wood wall-hanging map of the country that hold bottle caps . Seems like a good conversation-starter in the bar, right? Collect different caps from different craft breweries around the country and place them in their regions. Here's all the posts on the blog about the different gift exchanges I've participated in (including Christmas for multiple years and a Disney one) on Reddit over the years.