Worst Christmas Gift Ever!

In a moment of complete insanity Brandi and I allowed Santa (a.k.a. my mom) to get our three year old son, Brewer, a set of drums for Christmas. Besides totally ruining any hope of him becoming a self-supporting adult by putting a pair of drumsticks in his hand, we now get to joyfully wake up to BOOM-BOOM-BOOM every morning. Can Santa request to take back a gift he gave? Seriously, what the heck were we thinking?

So here’s today’s “all-skate” question. What’s the worst Christmas gift you’ve ever given or received?

Here’s Brewer moments after getting the drums. Take note of his brother, Gage, in the background.

112 Responses to “Worst Christmas Gift Ever!”

  1. kristy says:

    My almost-3yo LOVES music and drumming. When I saw your picture of the drum set, I was thinking “Man, I really should’ve gotten him those for christmas.” Suddenly, this might be a good thing I didn’t! But instead he just uses all my kitchen utensils, which is also annoying!!!! :)

    • Pete Wilson says:

      Good point Kristy. All of the pots he used to bang on were probably just as loud.

    • Meredith says:

      Funny, I almost bought my 4 yr old son some of those. My husband was like, ” No Way!”
      I guess he really is smarter than I thought! HA! HA! Anyhoo- uhm… worst gift ever….. probably this big ol glass jar thing that my grandma gave me . It was full of the worst smelling potpurri that I think that has probably ever been created. But grandma thought it was real purdy. oh grandma!

  2. Rob says:

    Rock on, Brewer!!! If he ever needs a drum teacher, have his people (you) call my people (um..well…me) and we’ll see if we can work something out. 😉

    My worst Christmas gift… I would say it was tube socks, but they turned out to be a great gift. So I’ll have to go with the pocket-sized personal organizer I bought myself one year and then lost! Magic. Pure magic.
    .-= Rob´s last blog ..IT’S LOSING TIME AGAIN =-.

  3. ttm says:

    Maybe you could get the Easter Bunny to throw some earplugs into the baskets along with all the peanut butter filled eggs and jelly beans this year! ;^)

    I have “funny gift” stories but no “worst gift” comes to mind. I do remember that my son was inundated with presents on his first Christmas–toy after toy after toy–and all he would do is play with the box the first gift came in. That’s an “unnecessary gifts” story, I guess.

  4. Jamie says:

    Poor Gage!!
    Before we were married, my husband gave me a tool that helps with changing the oil in your car. It was a big, tall present and he made a big deal out of it. I had to look at it under my parents’ tree the whole month of December and guess and anticipate what it may be. Needless to say, it was a disappointment, but my family got a good laugh out of it. Mike thought it was a helpful gift. I guess it would’ve been if I changed my own oil. It still sits in the box in our garage.
    .-= Jamie´s last blog ..Baby Ellie at 7 months =-.

  5. Tony York says:

    I was going to say the vacuum cleaner that I bought my wife for Christmas one year (long, long ago.. I have learned since then)… but then I remembered the gift she made me take back.

    Before cell phones were in vogue, beepers were all the rage. For some reason, I thought my wife would enjoy having one since I had one for work purposes. Ha.. big mistake.
    .-= Tony York´s last blog ..Why I struggle with the “One Month to Live” Approach =-.

  6. Amy says:

    Getting my kids Moon Sand was the worst idea ever!
    .-= Amy´s last blog ..Tuesday Random =-.

  7. Candy says:

    I made a comment on a friend’s blog a while back about drums being the “worst gift ever,” and he shot back with how his first set of drums was the start of him being the drummer in his worship band at church, and how he uses his talents to glorify the Lord. So there you go.
    .-= Candy´s last blog ..Reflections on 2009 =-.

  8. cshell says:

    Being a father of a 10 year old drummer who started when he was 6, i feel your pain. But the payoff is worth it if you can stand the noise.


  9. jessica says:

    Worst gift: days of the week underpants.
    In front of everyone at my grandma’s house during that awkward pre-teen age. I was so embarrassed and everyone made such a big deal that I ended up hiding them by…sitting on them so no one would see.
    Oh the drama!
    .-= jessica´s last blog ..Someone Stole My Toilet Paper =-.

  10. Worst Christmas gift you’ve ever given? Perhaps. But for Brewer? Sheer euphoria.

    My worst gift ever was when my dad started his “Odd Lots Christmas” tradition – as a Sophomore or Junior in high school, I got about 20 boxes of Strawberries & Creme oatmeal because Dad went to Odd Lots and bought all three of us kids things he thought we’d really use.

    Funny, though, because now (over 10 years later) the whole family cherishes the Odd Lots Christmas tradition, and we look forward to it as much, if not more, than the real gifts :)

    Oh, and that oatmeal was REALLY good (and I had plenty to eat, I think it took me a year of eating 2-3 packets every morning), so in hindsight, it was a good gift. But as a teenager who just wanted the sweet gifts that I’d asked for, it was horrible, haha.
    .-= Jason DeVelvis´s last blog ..Is Gay Marriage Right or Wrong? =-.

  11. I think the drums are really bothering Gage. So I am here to help. I’d be happy to take him off your hands for a little while. He is so freakin’ cute.
    .-= Lindsey Nobles´s last blog ..Action =-.

  12. hee hee! Love the big brother covering his ears. ahhh. If you want to post Brewer and his drums to Scotland, we have a conservatory where the banjo player in our family gets sent so we can’t hear the..um….noise….


    Worst gift ever….hmm….well, that I received…would have to be the year that pretty much everyone gave me pink things. Pink bubble bath, pink pens, pink keyrings, pink pyjamas…it goes on. I really really really dislike pink.

    Worst gift that I gave – possibly this microphone toy I gave my friend’s daughter for her birthday at beginning of Dec. It’s both lovely to see all her personality come out when she sings and ‘leads worship’ with it, but very embarrassing when she gives it to you and tells you it’s your turn to sing. In front of everyone. In restaurants. Or at hogmanay parties… I think it’s already on it’s 2nd or 3rd set of batteries too!
    .-= Brunettekoala´s last blog ..Preparing =-.

  13. Rodney says:

    I think it was when I was in 5th or 6th grade maybe even junior high I got some Incredible Hulk underoos. I guess Grandma must have forgotten that I wasn’t five.

  14. *~Michelle~* says:

    Moon Sand is totally a great gift for “payback”…also those pre-fabbed gingerbread house kits will bring the best carpenter/architect to his knees.

    Hmmm, the worst gift. One time we ended up with this freaky little gadget that ran on batteries and was supposed to clean up crumbs on your table??? The face on it resembled a cross between a clown and a china doll…..both of which gives me nightmares.
    .-= *~Michelle~*´s last blog ..Father Knows Best =-.

  15. Nana says:

    I’m not sure about the worst Christmas gift I ever received, but just an FYI that the drums cannot be returned to SANTA:)

  16. katdish says:

    Worst Christmas gift ever?
    .-= katdish´s last blog ..Instead of Dying (by Maureen Doallas) =-.

  17. Anita says:

    When you’re ready for him to go pro, check out Jake Burton at Fork’s Drum Closet downtown. Jake has an amazing gift for explaining things to kids. You can find his bio at jakeburtonmusic.com

  18. devbeth says:

    Worst gift ever given to my child – a 250 piece Barbie accessory set. It seemed more like a 2500 piece set.

    Ever step on a plastic Barbie hair brush, barefoot – at 5 am?

    Make a joyful noise, Brewer!

  19. Bob Willits says:

    A few years ago, on Christmas, my grandmother gave all of her grand daughters the exact same perfume. My wife put hers away and never used it.

    The following Christmas she regifted it to my Nephew, thinking it was a mans cologne. When he opened it all of the girls in the room recognized it as a perfume they had been using all year.

    My wife got busted as bad regifter.

  20. Jan C says:

    lol, I have two sons who are percussionists. But they didn’t start until 5th grade, when the subject of joining the school band came up. We’ve never had room in our house for a whole drum set, so my oldest son had a snare, and then he would practice his rudiments on the wrought iron railing in the upstairs hallway, and anything else he could drum on.

    I feel your pain.
    .-= Jan C´s last blog ..On Hiatus =-.

  21. Julie says:

    Oh my goodness, I will never forget my worst Christmas gift! I was around 7 or 8 years old and was (and still) very much a girly girl. My sister, who is 18 years older than me, bought me this action figure type of doll. Well, that was bad because let’s face it, it was no Barbie but it had a button in the back that when you pushed it, its arms and legs and possibly the head went flying off with great force. It scared the mess out of me. I distinctly remember throwing it down and saying that I didn’t like it while my family looked on with tear-filled eyes from laughter apparently the expression on my face had already said it all. That doll or whatever you want to call it stayed in a shoe box in a cabinet by the fireplace for years. I hated the thought of having it in my room with my barbies for fear of what their arms & legs may start doing! (I was a dramatic child) I look back on it now and cringe because of my reaction. I am sure that my sister was strapped for cash and was doing the best she could – at least I hope she was. :)
    .-= Julie´s last blog ..Boys, Boys, Boys =-.

  22. Jason says:

    Drummerliness is next to Godliness. You should crave that for all your children…not just Brewer.

    Worst Christmas gift? When I was 15 I was given sweatpants at our family Christmas gathering by an aunt in the one-gift exchange. I never wore sweatpants as a teenager. Not even once. This aunt hadn’t seen me all year, didn’t ask my folks what I wanted or even took off the “sale” tag from the sweatpants that said they cost $4.
    .-= Jason´s last blog ..31 Days in Proverbs Day 6: At some point we’re all guilty =-.

  23. britt says:

    We actually had this discussion around the Christmas table this year and it was decided that I gave the worst gift ever…
    “a MC Hammer Poster to my niece”

    is that so bad? ha

  24. David says:

    I grew up in Texas. As a matter of fact, my elementary school was on the same street as Gilley’s, where the movie Urban Cowboy was filmed. Growing up in the middle of Redneck USA my music interests were either Country or Southern Rock.

    One Christmas my cousin got me ‘greatest hits’ of music that would be the ’80s version of rap today. I had never heard of the music so I listened to part of the first track once…and only part…and only once. I immediately had the thought ‘do they even know me’ go through my head.
    .-= David´s last blog ..The Dog Is Hilarious And The People Are Cruel =-.

  25. Vicki says:

    The first year I was married, the first Christmas gift I got from my (then) husband…was drum roll please…..a luggage set..!!!! Sadly, after the divorce, the ungodly and loud luggage material was re-used as pillow case covers and sold in a throwback to the 70’s used clothing store.

    My son is a drummer – I wear an expensive pair of earplugs while his buddies are ‘jamming’ in his bedroom (keyboards, electric guitar, and drums). Needless to say, I am probably certifiably crazy to have encouraged him by buying him his first drum kit. I did buy him an acoustic guitar but that wasn’t his talent – no, it was banging on the drums! I fear that he too will ‘aspire’ to be in a rock band, skip college, and go on tour.

  26. Kyle Reed says:

    Dude, though you might think that is the worst gift ever, I flash back to when I was a 10 year old young lad and got a drumset for Christmas. Best present I have gotten. Taught myself to play, and now 13 years later am still playing at 3 different churches and am able to use the gift I got for Christmas to serve and minister.

  27. kevin says:

    Easy: I was desperate for a Dodge Ram when I was 16. Desperate being an understatement. I was positive I was getting one for Christmas. And I was right. Except that it was remote control. You can read about it here: http://www.kevindeshazo.me/2009/12/worst-christmas-ever/

  28. Mario says:

    jajaja, pobrecito!…. hum… yo creo que el peor regalo de navidad que me han dado, fue una taza… cu cu… quien regala una taza!!!
    .-= Mario´s last blog ..El gusano y el escarabajo =-.

  29. Kyle Reed says:

    And worst Christmas present I have ever received was a Christan Hoodie from my grandma that said “abreadcrumb and fish”
    Sorry for anyone sporting that, but I cannot wear that thing.

  30. Nick says:

    For the first 7 years of my marriage, I would fill my wife’s stocking with the Ferrero Rocher Chocolates, because I would have bet my life that she said it was her “favorite” – She never told me she didn’t like them…Long story…but I finally found out that she in fact does not like them, even “hates” them because they have nuts in them. I guess she was referring to another candy? That’s probably the gift that’s made me feel the dumbest :)
    .-= Nick´s last blog ..Passion =-.

    • Jan Owen says:

      Nick, don’t feel bad. My husband just – very proudly – gave me a pair of earrings to match a necklace he gave me. He said “Do you like them?” and I said “yes, and I also liked the pair you gave me last year.” He gave me the EXACT same earrings two years in a row. So funny.
      .-= Jan Owen´s last blog ..Good-Bye 43! =-.

  31. Jennifer says:

    Worst gift – my cousins gave me a rose… not the flower but the mud and the bulb to plant myself!

    As for the drums a former pastor of mine has a son who is now studying drumming in LA and playing for the glory of God so who knows where Brewer’s talents may take him!! In the mean time invest in a sound proof room or some ear plugs!

  32. Sal Sberna says:

    I once recieved from a church member a singing Jesus Santa. When activated he sang a combo of silent Night and Jingle Bells. That had to be the worse gift I ever recieved.

  33. Becky says:

    My grandmother gave me a “pet rock” one year for Christmas when I was in junior high… probably not the worst gift but definitely the strangest gift to give an 8th grader!
    .-= Becky´s last blog ..Happy New Year! =-.

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    .-= Crystal Renaud´s last blog ..Project 365: January 5, 2010 =-.

  35. Yvette says:

    Worst gift (that I remember): A large set of expensive knives from my wonderfully thoughtful husband. FYI-I have a small problem with sharp things. I DON”T LIKE THEM IN THE HOUSE! Whenever I need something cut up, he has to do it. Hmmm, so whose gift was it?

  36. Worst gift: My uncle gave me Scrabble, the MOST boring board game ever (as if board games aren’t boring already), 3 Christmases in a row.
    .-= Adriana Feliz´s last blog ..The How-to Book =-.

  37. Kim Harr says:

    Okay, I’m in high school and asked for a Journey CD.
    Christmas morning I opened a Journeyman CD with my proud Daddy looking on. Talk about disappointment.

  38. Lee says:

    Well, no one can say you weren’t brave….lol

  39. hdkizer says:

    Would have to be the pair of Obama’s meditation candles. I was like are you kidding me?

  40. Lee says:

    Oh, BTW, the worst gift that I ever gave (don’t remember not liking any of the presents someone gave to me. I’m very easy to please) was this medium size red brazilian macaw made by plush. I gave it to my mom because she was my secret friend. I loved it. But she hated it and put it on the mango’s tree we had in the yeard until it got real bad and fell apart. (kids….)

  41. Amy says:

    That’s why you get them the electric drums so you can turn the volume all the way down and they can listen through their earphones… My uncle used to buy the most obnoxiously noisy gifts for my brothers and me and my parents wanted to strangle him every time. The three of us kids learned our lesson that way so when my nephew wanted drums at 14 here came the electric set. It’s perfect! Haha

  42. Definitely the classic ugly sweaters from the old, great aunts!
    .-= John Alexander´s last blog ..TrustQuotient =-.

  43. Nikki says:

    Sometimes Grandma gifts are better played with at Grandmas house!!! Oh and yes Santa can come and take gifts back when somehow they have been forgotten. It works great at our house!

  44. Jeremy says:

    I was hoping to get a laptop for Christmas, and I had been begging for one, and it sounded like my dream was going to come true. I got a package shaped about the same as a laptop, with similar weight.

    Unfortunately, when I opened it up, my parents had gotten me a cordless drill. That was a downer…but I have used the drill a lot since I have a house now.
    .-= Jeremy´s last blog ..Scattered =-.

  45. Jan Owen says:

    Hmmm. I don’t know. I think I’m a pretty good Santa Claus. :) But I’ve received many odd things with scripture on them. I have nowhere to put them but I don’t feel like I can throw them away because a) they have Bible verses on them and that just seems wrong and b) they were given by church members. But some are really awful. I also received every cheesy musically based Christmas ornament in the world. Which I will probably miss receiving now.

    About the drums, I understand your dilemma. You want to encourage musical gifts, etc. It was a rookie mistake. :) But the biggest mistake was every bringing them in the HOUSE. All good musicians begin in one place – THE GARAGE! Put up a little soundproofing and it will all be okay. Believe me, I know – before my youngest went to college we had 1 set of drums, 2 keyboards, 5 guitars (many electric!), a violin, and assorted percussion instruments. It was NEVER quiet.
    .-= Jan Owen´s last blog ..Good-Bye 43! =-.

  46. Jan Owen says:

    oh…the most unusual gift i’ve ever received was for the birth of my third child. my daughter (6 at the time) gave me a jar of roly polys. can’t beat that!
    .-= Jan Owen´s last blog ..Good-Bye 43! =-.

  47. Wes Howard says:

    Easy one. I got my worst gift last year when in my stocking there was a tube of KY Jelly.

    I am single and 28.

    I asked my mom if there was a mistake and this got in my stocking on accident and she said “No, you use it for chapped lips.” I said, “No you don’t” and went on about my business.

    This year she got me some carmex. That went over better.
    .-= Wes Howard´s last blog ..Awkward#3 – The man-shake =-.

  48. Karen says:

    Can’t stand the noise? Take a suggestion from the wife of a drummer and the mother of three little ones that always have a beat rolling in the little heads – cover the set with a large sheet. The sheet is removed at certain times of the day. Saves on the nerves and my neighbors thank me :)

  49. Kyle Gilbert says:

    This year my family drew names. My brother drew mine, which terrified me because of his imaginative sense of humor.

    So sitting around the tree, he had arranged it with our mother that I be the last one to receive a gift so that everyone would see my reaction.

    The gift: Jingle Jugs. Kind of like Billy the Bass, only they resemble a certain part of the female anatomy and sing a Rodney Carrington tune.

    That of itself was pretty bad, but then you take into consideration that it was in front of my entire family: parents, both brothers and their families, my uncle and aunt were in from out of town, and my 90 year old grandmother.

    Finally, factor in that they were, umm… exposed.

    I’m certain that my face has never been quite so red as it was that afternoon.
    .-= Kyle Gilbert´s last blog ..Pace. =-.

  50. gunNOLES says:

    I gave my nephew a loud pinball machine in order to drive my brother and his wife crazy. They used to do it to me when my daughter was little so payback is awesome! Just make sure to take note of anyone who will be having kids in the future so you can return the favor.
    .-= gunNOLES´s last blog ..Is sin really sin or are there sins that are “greater” than others? =-.

  51. elaine says:

    The worst gift I ever got was from my soon-to-be-ex-fiance’s family: a Star Wars monopoly set and a plush head to toe pajama that was too short. I promptly regifted both of them after I gave back the ring…

  52. Christine says:

    Totally hysterical – as are the comments! My worst gift…my brother’s drum set! Hahaha! Not really…it was a under-the-sink organizer shelf from my mom when I was in college. Seriously.

    And you’ll be happy to know that my brother is indeed a gainfully employed, married and fully self-supporting firefighter despite the gift of a drum set at 12 years old and quite a few band gigs in college where I’m pretty sure they were paid in beer! There’s definitely hope for Brewer! Maybe he’ll become a worship drummer and drum for Jesus at 6 in the morning!! Awesome!
    .-= Christine´s last blog ..2010 Already!? =-.

  53. Reminds me of an old King and Queens episode. When Doug and Carri really wanted to get back at Deacon and his wife, they bought their son a drum kit for Christmas.
    I mean, I’ve bought some bad presents before but WHAT WERE YOU THINKING? You obviously didn’t pray. :)
    .-= Bill Foote (FooteNotes)´s last blog ..Staying out of THAT room =-.

  54. Tracy says:

    LOL with my son he was very interested in drums when he was 3/4 we got him the drum sticks but that was it. I figured we would wait till we could afford an electric drum set- that didn’t happen because he would have needed 2 years of piano to play drums at his school and he wanted nothing to do with the piano. So he picked up the trombone in 5th grade. I love it because he only practices at school- so far its enough for him.
    .-= Tracy´s last blog ..Truthful Tuesday =-.

  55. Lori says:

    This makes me laugh so hard, because as soon as I saw his little picture with those drums I thought the same thing … what were you guys thinking?

    I’m sure he loves them though. And maybe my Ethan can come over with his accordion (which he think is super cool) and they can have a jam session.
    .-= Lori´s last blog ..Through the Eyes of … the Worship Pastor’s Wife =-.

  56. I remember getting the ol’ drum set for Christmas as a kid. It turned out to be an excellent investment in my future though. I started playing in a worship team when I was just 13 years old and have continued (for the most part) ever since.

    Ironically, though, I’m currently unemployed. :>)

    -Marshall Jones Jr.
    .-= bondChristian´s last blog ..How to guard someone’s peace =-.

  57. Bill Peek says:

    Pete, you have given your child the ultimate gift. Congrats! :)

  58. Linda says:

    A definite live and learn experience. I think we’ve all done it with our kids. Maybe limit the drumming to the basement after breakfast???
    .-= Linda´s last blog ..“The Sweet By and By” by Sara Evans with Rachel Hauck =-.

  59. mommycub says:

    There was a family tradition on my father’s side of the family to give a can of tripe (not sure I know, or want to know what that IS) to a different person each Christmas as a sort of “dirty Santa” gift. The REALLY bad part is that it was the same can of tripe each year… the tradition lasted for 20 year… with the same can. Our family is NOT normal!

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  61. bob garbett says:

    Before we had our son, we got our neighbor’s boy (who was about 3) one of those fire trucks with loud siren, bells, “real” engine sounds, etc. He loved it, could not figure why they weren’t happy.
    A few years later, someone gave our son one just like it (was it them?) I knew then why they weren’t so happy.

  62. Eu'Gene" Rink says:

    Worst gift. An unnamed male child of my mother gave his new bride a box of matches with the matches and a lock washer in it. When his bride asked what it was. He said, “it’s the washer and dryer you wanted”. Not cool.
    My drum story is that I took up the cello in 5th grade. I lugged that thing back and forth to school for a week and traded it in for a pair of drum sticks that I carried in my back pocket. If it hadn’t been for playing the drum in the school band and some wood shop I would still be in school.

  63. Laura says:

    I warned Brandi about it…life has not been the same since we got drums for micah…

  64. Dave Wilson says:

    Ever heard of the game “Bop It?” Plays a beat, while a recorded voice gives you instructions. Flick it … bop it … twist … When you mess up there’s an over-wrought groan.
    I was hating life until the batteries gave out!
    .-= Dave Wilson´s last blog ..P.S.: Bible-in-a-month challenge, 29 of 30 =-.

  65. Eldon Kelley says:

    My 12 yo daughter was sitting across the room from me when I listened to this video. She said, “what the heck is the cat getting into?!” BTW, those are the presents that grandma gets to keep at her house.

    Worst present…I got a pink bunny costume once. Nah, just kiddin!

  66. Pete A. says:

    Hey, Pete, see how many people use drums as a ministry? So you actually did good (assuming you can survive it!)

    Hey, he might even become a megachurch pastor. Seriously! (Well, half). Two reasons. (a) following in his dad’s steps, b)at least one megachurch pastor IS a rock band drummer (Greg Boyd, in St. Paul.) And they actually have a concert tomorrow night, to raise money for kids in Haiti (for info, see http://www.gregboyd.org/blog/.)

    Have to admit I love their name (since Greg’s in his ’50’s) – it’s NDY. (stands for Not Dead Yet.)

    More seriously, would you & Brandi like a gift set of earplugs?

  67. Nu2htow / Jessica says:

    Apparently there are a lot of bad gifts out there. The worst I. Ever received? Aggie T-shirts from my mother-in-law. She really has no idea what to get me. I detest A*nd M

  68. I am the proud momma of a very gifted drummer. I gotta say, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my son’s drums.

    He’s self-taught; he worked for and bought the set on his own, and recently began drumming for both our corporate worship times and our youth worship team. His joyful noise fills our home with worship and I am LOVING IT!

    When friends find out he’s a drummer, they all act like I should hate it or at the least be irritated by the noise, but I seriously love it. And even better, he’s homeschooling this year, so his study breaks are all spent drumming in the basement where I get to listen to him during the day too!

    Incidentally, HIS name is Micah too. :)

    Pete, embrace the drumming. Sometimes, the driving beat drives contention or stress right out the windows – especially when he’s drumming along to Switchfoot or Relient K or the like!
    .-= The Gang’s Momma´s last blog ..God Knew. He KNEW! =-.

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