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    Default What are your kids getting for Xmas?

    I'm all done Christmas shopping
    ds1 mr 5.5 is getting; a scooter, 2 sets of new clothes and 2 sets of pj's with a set of bathers, school bag, water bottle and lunch box.
    ds2 mr 2.5 is getting; a balance bike, 2 sets of clothes and 2 sets of pj's with a set of bathers, new school bag, water bottle and lunch box.
    They have also got a few pool toys and a large water play station as combined presents.

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    Well done!!

    DD is getting, a doll, some MLP things, new thongs, a new hat & rashie + items in her Santa sack such as pencils, chalk, socks etc

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    We haven't decided what to get DS yet, subbing for ideas!

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    A baby sister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miados2007 View Post
    A baby sister.

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    Nawwww. My kids would love one of those. Might be a bit tricky to wrap up though

    Seriously though, I am usually so much more organised than I am this year. We don't even know where we will be spending it, let alone thinking about pressies etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Nawwww. My kids would love one of those. Might be a bit tricky to wrap up though

    Seriously though, I am usually so much more organised than I am this year. We don't even know where we will be spending it, let alone thinking about pressies etc
    Same here, because of the imminent arrival of the baby sister! Lol.

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    Haven't even started
    The boys got cars this year on the understanding they were for Xmas I'm stuck on ideas for DD, probably new books and duplo possibly a paddle pool as we have roasting summers here - subbing for ideas

    Well done to those that have started I'm usually finished by now as well

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    My two are getting a swing set for the yard, probably a wooden one, as a big shared present. They get a few smaller things too:

    DD 4 yrs: Kmart brand barbie doll aeroplane, rainbow dress-up dress, barbie doll in hand-made ball gown, christmas day outfit.

    DS2 yrs: pillow pet night light, George pig toy, George pig shorts and shirt set, possibly a Disney Planes toy if I find a good one.

    Both will get a chocolate stocking too.

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    That's awesome, that you've started and finished!! Haven't started, but my girls are getting pretty much the same things:

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    Barbie/LaLa Loopsy
    Bikes
    Duplo
    Pink guinea pig hutch
    Barbie digital camera (DD1)
    Helmet (DD2)
    Swing set

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    I have become slightly addicted to online sales and have bought a few things to put away for Xmas...

    DS (3.5) is getting a wooden cash register,books, some clothes and I am hoping to enlist DFs help to build him a mud/outdoor kitchen out of recycled materials (I hate the plastic kitchens and a wooden pre made one is so expensive that I would be precious about it getting wet or dirty!)

    DD (6mths) I am stuck! For DS at that age we Made him a hammock swing for the front deck, but she can use that one! Any ideas...keeping in mind I'm not a fan of pink or "characters" help!!


 

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