Ok, so a couple of years ago, my sister and BIL started making an Amazon "wish list" for their then 8 yr old son around Christmastime. Frankly, at that age, it's pretty helpful. They don't live close by, so I don't know what he's into, what he already has, etc. so it's cool.
Anyway, now the grownups have gotten in on it, including my other sibling and wife and their 2 year old. Ok, again, for the 2 year old, cool. That way I don't buy toys she already has. BUT, my SIL put expensive bedding on the list - as if that's something the baby wants!
What really bothers me is the grownups. They all have their individual lists. With very specific details on sizes, colors, including expensive stero systems and watches. Am I crazy to think that married Thirty something's are too old for this?? Yes, my mom always asks us all what we want, but I NEVER ask for things over maybe $100. For example, she called DH asking if I had a robe for the hospital (I'm due in Feb). He said I had one, but when he relayed the convo, I said "I COULD use slippers! Maybe tell her that.". I did NOT say "I want Uggs in this model, brown"
Is it just me that thinks my siblings are greedy? My mom just wants to make all her babies happy, so she just buys it, even though I know she can't really afford it.
Is there an age limit on formal written Christmas wish lists?
ETA: for those who haven't seen them, they are set up exactly like a baby or wedding registry.