One of the beautiful things about being a parent is holding the credit cards. Even if your kid is nowhere near ready to watch the 1985 Brat Pack classic The Breakfast Club, that doesn’t mean you’re not allowed to make your child dress like Claire, or Andrew, or Bender, or Brian … hey, even Principal Vernon is fair game.
Sneak these items on your kids’ wishlists and its a win-win: a gift for them, and a gift for you. And if they ask why you make them, repeat “If he gets up, we’ll all get up! It’ll be anarchy!” or listen to Simple Minds’ “Don’t You Forget About Me” over and over again, just say, “Honey, you’ll understand when you’re older.” — Jillian Capewell
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