View Poll Results: So you give your children clothes as xmas presents?

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  • Yes their presents are mostly or all clothes

    1 1.89%
  • a mixture of clothes and other items

    33 62.26%
  • Yes, but items such as swimmers or a dance outfit that aren't everyday clothes

    7 13.21%
  • No, we don't give clothes

    10 18.87%
  • Other

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    God nowhere near as well known as that. I think we'll stop now any guessing games I wouldn't say anyway as my kids have his surname and this is a public forum

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    Default Do you give your kids clothes for Christmas?

    Yep - we give clothes They're always packaged all into one gift and usually includes a special outfit for Xmas day and some bathers. Maybe a few other bits and pieces. Especially 11 year old DD who had clothes on her list again this year.

    They always have around 20 other presents to open, so I'm sure they're not too concerned about one having some nice clothes in it!

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    I have given swimmers, summer pyjama's and undies as Christmas gifts. I have/will give the occasional outfit at Christmas . I pretty much do not buy toys for my kids outside of birthdays, Easter and Christmas, so I do usually go a bit over the top for these celebrations. I do mostly see clothes as a necessity....

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    Thanks to everyone that has responded, it proves I am in fact a weirdo In my circle no one gives clothes so I didn't realise how common it was. But like most threads I enjoy learning and sometimes being proven wrong lol

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    Yep!

    They get other stuff - but I always pop in a couple of new outfits each - we are complete dags the rest of the year - so they get something a little more special that they can wear during the holidays.

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    Yes, they always get some clothes in amongst the rest of the pressies and they love it.

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    I also get them school stuff - they are smiggle obsessed.

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    Default Re: Do you give your kids clothes for Christmas?

    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I also get them school stuff - they are smiggle obsessed.
    Did you know they do socks now? dd1 is a Smiggle nut too. She picked up a brochure last time we were there. She started circling things she wanted for xmas. I told her just circle the word Smiggle at the front. It would be quicker cos anything in the book with the word Smiggle on she wants.

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    At the moment no as DS is 4 and his clothes are cheap so I do not see them as present worthy, but I will no doubt start giving expensive clothes as presents when he is a teenager and only wants whatever the fashion trend is at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Thanks to everyone that has responded, it proves I am in fact a weirdo <img src="images/smilies/laughing.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Laughing" smilieid="88" class="inlineimg" <img src="images/smilies/tongue.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Tongue" smilieid="93" class="inlineimg" In my circle no one gives clothes so I didn't realise how common it was. But like most threads I enjoy learning and sometimes being proven wrong lol
    Kinda like me and my toilet Mats! Lol. Most friends and family of mine do also have toilet mats, it wasn't till I asked the Hub that I found out that others consider them disgusting.


 

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