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A TIKTOKER admitted to being a nosy kid, but shared how to handle children with wandering eyes when it comes to Christmastime.
She said her tip will help prevent kids from guessing which Christmas presents are theirs and the drama that sometimes follows.
“If you’re a nosy kid or have a nosy kid like I was, wrap your kids’ presents in a specific wrapping paper and put that wrapping paper in the bottom of their stocking,” the woman, a bride-to-be named Bianca Colon, said at the beginning of the video she posted to TikTok.
She added that it’s important to not write any names on a single gift.
“That way, leading up to Christmas, they’re not looking around and saying, ‘My brother has a bigger present than I have’ or ‘This one’s taller’ or ‘This one feels heavier,’” she said.
“The whole time they will not know whose presents are whose,” Bianca continued.
Then, once it’s time for gift unwrapping, the kids will see the gift wrap at the bottom of their stockings and know that anything with that specific wrapping paper is theirs.
Of course, it also helps if parents have a hiding spot that the kids cannot find or reach.
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Bianca’s strategy was a hit among her followers, with one agreeing with her concern about kids being jealous over the sizes of their gifts compared to that of their siblings.
“Our entire childhood revolved around us telling each other what we got for Christmas,” the user wrote with several laughing emojis.
Another person said Bianca’s tip is a “great idea.”
If you’ve got your wrapping paper picked out but need some help with the actual wrapping part, expert Jane Means shared how you can do it easily – even without tape or scissors.
Another TikToker shared a step-by-step guide for wrapping awkwardly shaped presents.
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