Anyway, I think that it's important to remember that a wrapped present is just something that adds to the mystery of what might be inside. I don't understand why everyone thinks that presents need to be wrapped like they are more important than what is inside. My ma likes to wrap presents, but she makes them look nice, and (as far as I know) doesn't try to impress anyone with making them "artistic." But she said that she knows some people who cause themselves a lot of stress by trying to make every single package an amazing work of art. I think that is silly.
At our house, we love to help with wrapping presents! Lots of the time, we help by trying out the gift boxes, and trimming the wrapping paper. It's also fun to attack the wrapping paper and/or the ribbons. Lots of people say that if they had pets they would not let them in the same room while they were wrapping presents. I think that is just silly. For instance, here are some pictures that my ma took last year when we were helping.
Jetsam takes a look to see what help is needed
I hold down some wrapping paper so it doesn't wrinkle
Jetsam makes sure everything is wrapped
Dug was helping, but then he got tired (he was just a visitor last Christmas!)
This year, Dug is our brother, and of course we have Milo and he likes to help too! My ma gets mad at us, but then she'll say, "You know what? You guys are all good - why get mad when you are just excited about Christmas too?"
I like it when she says that. :-)
So if you still need to wrap any presents, remember that it's supposed to be fun too. But it doesn't have to be so perfect that it belongs in an art museum. Because, after all, it's for Christmas - which should only be fun.
That's all for now - have a fun weekend!