I truly agree. My husband and I made almost the same agreement. We want to spend time with loved ones with the restrictions of expensive gifts and know that the love we share is real and not just about what others can give us. I have a three year old granddaughter who now lives with us full time. My only daughter, her mother, is Bipolar and has also been consumed with drug addiction. She witnessed four of her best friends taken in tragic accidents, two of them, she herself had to help pick up the pieces. She worked as an EMT on the local ambulance service. Two friends were killed in a wreck when they were hit by a train, the other two were local police officers shot down by a man on meth. She just couldn't overcome the mental anguish. She is and always will be a beautiful young woman but right now she cannot be a mother. I want most for Isabelle, my granddaughter to have a joyful Christmas. All she has asked for is a Dora stove. She has been presented with all these ideas but out of all of them that is all she has asked for. When friends heard of my daughters disabilities and her struggles they joined together and have made sure that Belle will have a blessed holiday. I cried when I saw how giving they were. Thank you for all your messages. I look forward to knowing you better and I hope you have an abundance of hugs, kisses, smiles and laughter during your holiday season. Blessings to you my new friend.