Where do you get your stocking stuffers?

Photo courtesy of Canucklibrarian on Flickr.

Photo courtesy of Canucklibrarian on Flickr.

On Christmas morning, my little sister and I still get stockings from my mom.

She also fills a stocking for my dad, who is almost 60.

She can’t help herself, I guess.

We get the usual: Oranges. Sometimes a pomegranate. A toothbrush. Maybe some gum and a bag of chocolate.

Not sure where she buys a lot of it. Probably the dollar store.

Where do you shop for stocking stuffers and what do you buy?

We’re looking for last-minute suggestions.

 

 

About Lauren Boyer

I'm a Business Reporter for the York Daily Record/Sunday News. I cover banking, investing and all sorts of manufacturing, from companies like Harley-Davidson to mom-and-pop operations. I don't go anywhere without my iPad or a large cup of coffee. Contact me with story ideas at 717-771-2062 or lboyer@ydr.com.
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One Response to Where do you get your stocking stuffers?

  1. Tracy says:

    I got most of my kids’ stocking stuffers at Five Below this year. They have lots of cute little things there!

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