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    i wouldn't..
    i'd just let them call if they wanted to know.

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    personally we have enough friends with kids around the same age that i can regift for the next bday/xmas.

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    Thanks for all the replies. People have already been asking and I said id let them know..... So it's going out

    I really don't mind if people don't bring a gift, I just want ds and our family to have a good day celebrating with everyone that's been a part of his first year - but 90% of these people would get him a gift whether we had a party or not.

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    I think it's helpful.

    I love knowing what to buy a child and I always ask the parent. I'm very conscious of it because I personally dislike getting certain types of gifts for my own kids.

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    I agree it's helpful... But also see the other side too as I always buy a lot of kids presents when I see them on sale as I'm on a budget. When I am asked to buy something in particular and I don't have it I'm the one who feels rude giving something that want asked for I'd say 80% of the time the kids LoVE what I give. Not a dodgy present giver, just budget minded


 

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