Gobble, Gobble – 10 Thanksgiving Gifts for Friends + Family

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Let’s face it. Not seeing your drunk uncle may be a blessing in disguise this year. But who will you gossip about now during the holidays? You’ll have a pick a new target.

In the meantime, since we won’t be spending that uncomfortable dinner table moments with family and friends, it is a great time to send them a little Thanksgiving treat to brighten up their day.

Here are some ideas we have below, happy shopping!

Edible Arrangements Turkey Gobble Fruit Platter

Oriental Tradings Thanksgiving First Settler Rubber Duckies

Target’s Turkey Leg Hat

Amazon’s Turkey On The Table

Kohl’s Family Scavenger Hunt Board Game

Etsy’s Thankgiving Jep-party Game

Best wishes Inflatable Turkey

Stuff The Turkey Holiday Game

Festive Thanksgiving Window Stickers

Thanksgiving Headbands from Target

Gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble.

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8 thoughts on “Gobble, Gobble – 10 Thanksgiving Gifts for Friends + Family

  1. Sheree – Cote d'Azur – I'm a sports mad Englishwoman, now living (thank goodness) in France, who developed a passion for cycling rather late on in life. I started the blog to keep my friends and family up-to-date with my adventures on two wheels, my recipes, my travels and my wonderful life in France. The title of my blog refers to when I first started cycling with my local club. I was always at the back of the bunch, until I slid off it on the first incline! On short climbs I could always catch back up on the ascent but on long climbs......I just used to bid them farewell and continue at my own speed. My cycling’s now much improved but I still get dropped!
    Sheree says:

    I love the turkey hat!

      1. Sheree – Cote d'Azur – I'm a sports mad Englishwoman, now living (thank goodness) in France, who developed a passion for cycling rather late on in life. I started the blog to keep my friends and family up-to-date with my adventures on two wheels, my recipes, my travels and my wonderful life in France. The title of my blog refers to when I first started cycling with my local club. I was always at the back of the bunch, until I slid off it on the first incline! On short climbs I could always catch back up on the ascent but on long climbs......I just used to bid them farewell and continue at my own speed. My cycling’s now much improved but I still get dropped!
        Sheree says:

        Happy Thanksgiving Stacy

  2. D. Wallace Peach – 30 Miles beyond the edge of civilization, Oregon – I'm an adventurer in writing, peering under rocks in my garden for secret magic. I can't stop writing. My stories want to explode from my head. They demand my attention and surge from my fingertips faster than I can put them to paper. I love what I do.
    D. Wallace Peach says:

    The family scavenger hunt looks like a lot of fun. Thanks for the recommendations.