What’s everyone doing about Christmas this year? I’ve made the choice to dial back the amount of baked goods I make, as cookie swaps and parties probably won’t be happening. Typically, I see my nana (87 years old) and do baking with her, but we aren’t willing to put he at risk. We normally will visit my aunt and uncle, but they aren’t the most covid safe people you know. So that leaves us with my other aunt and uncle (we do gingerbread with them) and my grandmother (she’s had it, and we typical don’t do much with her anyway) we will definitely see those two family’s and do baking with them, buy it just won’t be the same. How are all of you doing this? What treats will you be making?
Another thing- what are you guys doing about gift giving? I don’t like to order online because I can’t actually see the product, and more often then not my packages have been delayed. I’m not worried about going in public, but with the pandemic stock has been running low.
That’s all- here’s a recap of my questions:)
1. What are going to do about Xmas this year?
2. How are all of you doing this?
3. What treats will you be making (will you make the same quantity as a normal year?)
4. Gift giving?
5. Gift buying?
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