Large, complicated, blended family of which I am primary carer of all DC - would it be okay or would it be wanky to do an Amazon wishlist for each child to circulate to other parent/grandparents/aunts and uncles if they ask what DC want?
My entire family have wishlists. It's brilliant, stops duplicates and means we get things we want. Make sure the list is long enough to give people a choice and has things of different values. Keep up to date as well. I add things throughout the year to the kids list as I think of things (or the kids mention they'd like something).
Yes it would be fine. I do a list for the kids for my bil to choose from- Amazon is his preferred choice - he lives a long way from us. I also have a book list for one of my kids that friends/relatives use for her birthday and Christmas - it suit both her and them.
I think they are a great idea, especially when children would like certain lego kits or particular games . I know some people think they are grabby (don't see it that way myself) but Coming from a large family they really help me and other folks, I don't have a lot 9f time for trolling around the shops
Yes, yes and more yes. Saves all the family time, means child (and grown up) can get what they want and no replicated items. My family have been doing it for years. You can also have an extension on your PC which means you can select items from other retailers and add them to the Amazon list, so not just restricts to the Amazon behemoth. Do it!
we have them for the DC. they have aunties and uncles at the other end of the country whom they don't see often, and so who don't know which fad has passed and what they're into now. I make sure the list is full of £5-15 items.