Anna is full of Christmas magic. She loves the tree, the sounds, the sights and of course, the presents. I've really talked with her a lot this year about the real meaning of Christmas, and am trying to instill in her the feeling of "giving". Giving our time to others, giving money to help out those who are less fortunate, donating gifts and picking Angels from the Angel tree.... She gets it. She gets the reason behind this amazing season and I couldn't be more proud as a mama.
So when we were talking about gifts for her teachers at school, she immediately insisted that she give out gifts to her classmates, because "it's the season of giving, right momma" (I totally asked for that, right??). With two days until she's out for Christmas break, I really had to scramble to figure out what we could do. I mean, who has time to make/wrap/give 25 gifts???? :)
I spent (probably way to much time) on Pinterest and found these super cute little "snowball soup" gifts. It's nothing more than hot chocolate, candy and a poem, but it's something and it's super cute! And Anna couldn't have been more excited to put them together. She stuffed each bag with a big smile on her face talking about how excited her friends were going to be....just the sweetest girl ever.
I know it's last minute, but I thought I would add the poem here just in case anyone else was looking for a quick, last minute gift! Just right click, save to your desktop and print away! I printed four to a sheet and then trimmed them out! Easy peasy!!
I think they would make great neighbor gifts, class gifts or even family gifts for the little ones! Who doesn't like hot chocolate, right??
Happy giving, friends!