Dominic is easiest of all. He wants Kapla blocks. He would also like to have the entire Lego catalog. As far as books are concerned, he especially likes books about planes, trains, and automobiles. Last year, I bought him a book about the planes of WWII. There's lots of words, detailed drawings, and pictures of planes. He loves it. Anything in that genre will be good. Of course, he also likes books for younger children, but those are the ones he obsesses over.
Gary would appreciate email gift certificates to book stores. I'm sure he would also appreciate cards and if you would like to have his address, let me know.
Kristina (me) would like maid service, a personal chef, and laundry service. In the absence of those gifts, I would like a new pair of gloves, a better feather duster (there you go, Josh), a pair of pants for running in, chocolate covered strawberries, books, and more. Just ask, I can come up with more.
What is your family wanting for Christmas? What particular thing are your children after this year? What things have they gotten in years past that have weathered the test of time? For us, that has been Legos, which is part of the reason I'm not adverse to more Legos. We'll see how the Kaplas do.