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    I think I spoil my kids reading all these, I'm not letting DH read it!

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    My sister law has spent $2000, she has 3 kids they getting a iPad each and $150 on toys each!! OMG!!!

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    I spent about $450. That's for my nephew, hubby, me (board games), the baby I am currently growing and a couple of charity presents.

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    $0 nothing really captures my eye plus I vowed this year to not buy them any toys as they have plenty they don't play with! DD's birthday is next month though so I will have to find her some Upsy Daisy stuff from somewhere (anyone seen any??). They are getting a Vuly trampoline for Christmas, I saw one in the Toys R Us catalogue but it's not much cheaper than from the company and I want a skirt which TRU don't have so will just wait until they have a sale later this year The boys have their birthdays coming up (Sep & Nov) but I will wait to see what they are interested in closer to the day.

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    About $250 that includes dd and my niece and nephew.

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    I did my layby last night and it came to $500, that's for two boys and includes an xbox for df. I'm pretty happy with that.

    The boys like things for ages so I know what I got will still be wanted at Christmas time.

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    To be honest I really dont care what parents spend on thier children as its their children . im doing mine this week and this is the first christmas in 3 yrs i have a house and not sharing a 1 by 2 metre bedroom with 2 kids and a partner so Im going to spoil my kiddies abit as we now have a yard and they have a bedroom so can get some toys (they dont have many as we didnt have the room) so getting them some toys to play with some backyard things and getting my son a new xbox 360 as his last one died.

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    I won't set foot in target at sales time ...

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    I went into target the day toy sales started , it was about 9:30am I got my toys went to layby was out of layby in 5 minutes $600 later and I'm finished.
    My kids (3 boys) got 3 presents each and I bought 6 other presents for cousins. I will be due to give birth 3 weeks after Chrissy so I wanted to get it done and dusted now.


    Me -30, DH -30, DS -7, DS -5, DS -2 and UTD with #4 Due Jan 2014


 

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