How to avoid the eye roll from teens, tweens

The Morning Call (Sunday) - - ULTIMATE HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE - By Emily Per­schbacher

No longer en­chanted by a shiny, new toy from Santa, tweens and teens are a tough crowd to shop for. You might only get a few grunts or eye rolls from your teen when you ask for a wish list this year, so here are a few ideas to earn you a cou­ple of cool par­ent points or at least get them talking over recipe test­ing, photo snap­ping, movie watch­ing and more.

Emily Per­schbacher is a free­lancer.

L.L. BEAN

Shared mu­si­cal ex­pe­ri­ences be­tween par­ents and teens can im­prove re­la­tion­ship qual­ity. To­gether, you can en­joy this retro-de­signed por­ta­ble ra­dio that picks up AM/FM sig­nals and also streams mu­sic from your de­vice via Blue­tooth. The Au­dio Model One Blue­tooth Ra­dio is hand­some enough to dis­play in your liv­ing room, though your teen may want to keep it all to him­self. $179, ll­bean.com

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