I'm more of a "lots of little things" person. There's a particular china teacup and saucer I want, a kitty/sewing-themed jigsaw puzzle, some special bath powder, etc. There are a couple of cooking-related items I'd like but, again, they're relatively inexpensive.
Half the fun of Christmas morning for me is opening lots of packages, whether or not they're significant or not. One year we gave our youngest son about $100-worth of nonperishables for his pantry. He'd just gotten out of the navy and had zero stuff. We had a ball watching him shake each package, place it to his head (like Carnack on Johnny Carson) and try to guess what was inside.
We've had a couple of heavy financial hits during the last couple of months so Christmas will be kind of lean this year. It doesn't help that our anniversary is a week before Christmas, too. Fortunately it's not a milestone anniversary, so we'll celebrate with a token gift for each other and dinner out.
Regardless of what's under the tree, I know Buck and I will have a wonderful day. We always do.
"As a girl I had zero interest in the stove." - Julia Child
This is real inspiration. Look what Julia became!