We are thinking about not exchanging gifts this year with extended family. We spend Christmas Eve. with my cousins and Aunts and Uncles. We have no more living grandparents on this side of the family. Christmas eve consists of my aunt who has no children, an uncle who has no children, my aunt, and uncle who are married and have 5 kids, my parents and my brother and I. All of us "kids" are between 17-25. There are no other children at this time. We all exchange gifts on Christmas Eve. My parents, brother and I all give gifts that are from all of us. So our family of four provided gifts for 9 people. My family and I are thinking that we suggest we no longer exchange. None of us are kids anymore. We are all grown and we don't need anything. We just buy things now because we need to buy something to give. All the gifts we exchange are non-personal, soaps, gloves, and mugs. We all love each other dearly but it has become clear the last few years that we all just pick up cheap generic gifts to give one another. So we want to suggest our idea to the rest of the family. Do you think we are wrong? We aren't trying to look like scrooges.