I know there have been a lot of posts requesting ideas for holiday gifts, but this one is with a twist. I would be so grateful for some gift advice. At work, we have an Adopt-A-Family program during the holidays. Each department pitches in money for an area family who is disadvantaged. We are given their first names and clothing sizes. This year, our department has a family of four: dad, mom, and two boys (ages 7 and 12). I am the designated gift buyer this year, and I am stumped. I should add that our department is small, so we only ponied up about $150. Luckily, I'm good at finding bargains. So far, we have a gift certificate to a grocery store and a pack of movie tickets. I've been racking my brain trying to figure out what else to get them. What do 7 and 12 year old boys want? I found some inexpensive, really cool remote control cars, but they take a ton of batteries and I am trying to be mindful of the fact that they have a limited income. Good gifts for the parents? For the mom, I was thinking a sweater and some nice body lotion. Don't have a clue for the dad. Any suggestions or ideas would be much appreciated. Thanks!