11/20/13


The holiday season is fast approaching and as every year our holiday shopping begins mostly in November. The kids have had their lists ready since last year, I am not joking. Aside from the hustle and bustle that is the holiday season, celebrating is not only about getting together with family and friends but also making lasting childhood memories with your children. 

It's going to be happy holidays seeing those kids faces light up with delight upon opening a gift containing just the toy they wanted all year long. Many of this years most wanted toys like Furby Boom by Hasbro (which is on my kids list) require batteries to operate. I have forgotten batteries in the past, remember always to check the toy packaging for those three little words "batteries not included"!


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Posted by AME in participation with the #PGMom program. Opinions and comments on this blog are those of the author.



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54 comments:

  1. My 3 year old wants a big hugs elmo. If I won this furby, i would give it to my 6 year old :)

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  2. The #1 toy that needs batteries on my son's Christmas list is the Big Hugs Elmo. If I won a Furby, I would give it to my son.
    weezi_k (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  3. The wii remotes and I would give the Furby to my grandaughter

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  4. Big Hugs Elmo, I would give the Furby to one of my Grandchildren

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  5. mine is his remote control race car. if i would the furby i would give it to my niece

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  6. Big Hugs Elmo would be top of the list, at least that's battery operated. If I manage to win this then the Furby would go to my granddaughter, I'm sure she'd adore it.

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  7. My kids don't have any battery operated toys on their lists ; If I won furby it would be a gift for a friends child

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  8. # 1 battery operated toy is a Leapfrog toy for my granddaughter.
    If i won I'd give the Furby to my daughter because she can't have pets in her apartment!
    Julie G.

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  9. My sons want an XBox One and the wireless controller takes batteries. This would be for my niece.

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  10. My grandson has the battery operated Big Hugs Elmo on his wish list. If I won this I would give it to my grandson.

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  11. Big Hugs Elmo! The furby would go to Ashley!

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  12. I am with everyone else Big Hugs Elmo! If I won the Furby I would give it to my friends daughter because I know she has been wanting one. (Judy Cowan)

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  13. # 1 battery operated toy - remote control helicopter
    I would give this to my niece if I won.

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  14. Remote control car! If I were to win, I would give this to my niece!

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  15. PS3 controllers! I would give the Furby to my neice,thanks! :)

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  16. She's asking for an Innotab and a Furby, I'm sure those will be the battery eaters! The Furby would go to my 7 year old Kira.

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  17. My daughter want s baby alive that talks and will probably eat through batteries too! My son on the other hand wants a fury!

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  18. My little guy doesn't play with toys yet but his older cousin would love the Furby

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  19. A Big Hugs Elmo is on the list - this would go to my Bff's little one

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  20. My daughter has a Furreal Daisy kitty cat on her list, so that will definitely need some good batteries! If I win a Furby I would give it to my son because I know he would have a lot of fun with it!

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  21. My son has a toy digital camera and this is his number #1 battery operated toy. I would give the Furby to my son.

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  23. The #1 toy that needs batteries on my granddaughter Christmas list is the Big Hugs Elmo. I would give it to my granddaughter.

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  24. Big Hugs Elmo is on the wishlist. If I won the Furby my daughter would definitely be getting it.

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  25. My grandson wants a racing set that uses batteries. If I won the Furby I would give it to him as he saw them and said he wanted me to get him one.

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  26. My little guys would like a LeapPad Ultra! I would give this to my girls!

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  27. my son wants a motorized thomas the train track set and hot wheel wall tracks. I would give this to my son, he loves playing with my Furby, he would adore a fancy new one

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  28. Elmo is our battery toy, if I win I will give Furby to my nephew.

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  30. A Leappad, and my niece! -- Victoria Ess

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  31. Innotab or leappad and I would give this to my daughter if I won
    thanks

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  32. My son would like an Innotab. I would give the Furby to my daughter because she wants one.

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  33. A remote controlled monster truck. And I'd give this to my youngest son.

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  34. my son wants anything Cars. I would give the Furby to him.

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  35. A leappad ultra, and my niece would get this.

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  36. The # 1 battery toy is the new switch and go dino helicopter. If I won a furby, I would give it to my niece, daughter or donate it to Toys for Tots.

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  37. Big Hugs Elmo. I would give the Furby to my little cousin who would sooooo love it.

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  38. i know she's asked what a furby is, but i can't remember if she said she wants it. she does think they are really cute though. she is getting an innotab. only because i didn't pay for it. so that's her only battery operated toy so far

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  40. I think my son's leap frog pens goes through the most batteries. If I won the Furby, I would give it to my son.

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  41. A remote-controlled car. I'd give this Furby to my boy.
    Thanks.

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  42. My daughters doll uses batteries constantly. I would give her the Furby because she would go crazy for one, it is on her list.

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  43. a remote controlled car. i would give the furby to one of my 3 nieces, they would love it
    (stacey h)

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  44. The Twilight Turtle goes through crazy amounts of batteries. The Furby would go to one of my nephews.

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  45. Big Hugs Elmo. I would give Furby to my 5 year old son

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  46. Batteries for their video game controllers

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  47. Big Hugs Elmo! I would give this to my daughter :)

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  48. The swing right now and we'd keep the Furby for our son!

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  49. My daughter wants a furby! So she would get this if I won, and it is also the toy that requires battery!

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  50. Buzz lightyear of course battery operated is on my sons list this yr and thats who would be getting this if I won for a fury dance party!

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