A new survey finds nearly half of American teenagers say their holiday wish list is probably out of their parents' price range. Conducted by DreamFund.com, 49 percent admit they are afraid to ask their parents for what they really want out of fear that it will be a financial burden. The majority of parents, however, say they want suggestions. Eighty-five percent say they would be willing to buy a gift that their children specifically asked for. About half of the teen respondents say they would rather someone donate money to charity than buy them a gift they don't really want.