Is it just me or does anyone else think companies should package their items better, especially this time of the year? I don't know how many times over the years I have had to deliver a box with the picture of the toy or whatever item it is all over the box! It is obviously a Christmas present for a child and now you have to try to deliver it without the kids seeing it, or at least I do! If I think the kids might be home (snow day or Christmas vacation has started), I will knock and ask for the parent and just flat out tell them I have a box that little eyes probably shouldn't see. Today I even delivered myself my own present and good thing I know what I was getting because it was just packed in the box that it would sit on the shelf in! JCPenney is notorious for this. The old Sears Christmas wish book would use black shrinkwrap to cover boxes. Amazon is very good too. I know some of you will have the attitude of "Oh well, that's not my problem", but if you've ever had kids or given someone something that really surprises them, you know how fun it is to see the look on their faces when they open that gift! The parents I've done this for have always been very appreciative of the extra effort! Just wondering what lengths some of you have gone to to make sure Santa's presents are still a surprise?