Let’s Take a Look at 100 Years of Toys
My kids are 22 and 18 years old, respectively. That means that they're well beyond the age where "what's the hottest toy at Christmas" is even considered in our house. I don't mind admitting that I miss those times. As a kid in an adult's body, I always enjoyed playing with the latest and coolest stuff when the kids unwrapped their gifts on Christmas morning.
The hot toys this year include any and everything Star Wars, hoverboards, drones, Guitar Hero, all sorts of electronic gizmos, and of course Lego stuff.
Want to freak your kids or grandkids out? Tell them you're getting them things that kids got 100 years ago instead of all this electronic stuff.
Then, show them this: