Children everywhere have already begun to give serious thought to their holiday wish-list while parents everywhere have already begun to cringe with the realisation that in just a few weeks more toys will be invading their home.
There are two types of people in this world, those who are amazing at wrapping Christmas presents – and the rest.
Move aside Elf on the Shelf, this Christmas it's all about the Santa Cam.
We meet a real Lego designer who's calling on kids to make their own Lego Santa sleigh for a competition
What Lego-loving kid can resist a good design competition? Kids have the opportunity to design, make and submit their very own Lego version of a Santa sleigh for Lego's latest competition for Christmas 2016.
Including the craze no-one saw coming!
Christmas is supposed to be a time for a deliciously stuffed roast turkey and a round of classic mince pies but not everyone is on board with the traditional menu.
The greatest thing about stocking filler surprise gifts is that you usually get more than one treat and they tend to be more affordable and long lasting.
Christmas for many of us can be a drain on creativity but we always want to make it magical for the kids. If you're embracing the Elf on the Shelf phenomenon this year, you may need a helping hand with inspiration because we just know how many other things you have on your plate.
Take the hassle out of Christmas shopping this year, with our 2016 gift guide and tick off your list well in advance.
Worried about how Christmas is going to hit your hip pocket? Check out this list for everyday items that are special enough to masquerade as gifts.
A survey of 2000 parents found that 68 per cent had no idea what to buy their kids for Christmas.
If you're thinking of buying your child's teacher a box of chocolates or a scented candle for their end of year gift – while we know it's always the thought the counts –they're among the most "worst" gifts teachers receive.