you get the hint by now... but my internet went out about seven times while making this. true story.

Ry, from Kenya; grow your own spices, dog oil containers, knives and utensils, a movie reel lamp annnd table
--from Nutsy; foodie fight (a board game hah) and foodie flashcards

Zachy, from Jac; helpful books, a pretty awesome leather jacket, and the other time of year he can have cookies without her bitching
--from Dee; a fugly sweater that she'll love to watch him wear and a book safe to hide cookies in the rest of the year
--from Marcie; cookies, candy and a cake (like the other brothers too)

Dommy, from Nutsy; record bowls, a ticket book, annnd a guitar pick necklace
--from Kenya, coasters and glasses of the music genre
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