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Brainstorming Christmas Presents for Kids Doesn't Have to be Painful

 - Dec 8, 2012
References: visual.ly
Despite how much parents love their kids, shopping for the perfect Christmas present for kids can be brain-racking.

According to the Top Toys of 2012 infographic, more than $891 million was spent on unwanted gifts last year with one in 10 people hating the gifts they received. As the infographic breaks down Christmas presents for kids via gender and age as well as including unisex gifts, the graph reminds parents to keep in mind that it is not money that matters but finding the perfect gift that the child actually wants that's important.

With popular gifts like Furby and Twister making a comeback and new toys like learning tablets, it's not hard to find out what children really want with a little prying.