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    We've decided to get a kids fabric teepee for DS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    We've decided to get a kids fabric teepee for DS
    They're wonderful for imaginative play

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    My older two (girls) are getting Justin Bieber concert tickets (which is before christmas) as their main one, and will get the usual bits and pieces from Santa- hair elastics, socks, undies, PJs, some earrings, a book. Not sure about the boys. The same stuff in their Santa sacks, and for their main present I'm thinking one of those cardboard box indoor cubby houses they can draw on maybe?

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    This year ds' sack will have elefun, sandpit toys, pjs, jocks, and a few small trucks, helicopter etc. and maybe a bag of chocolate coins.. He keeps telling me santa will bring them :/

    Last year he had a bubble wand, pjs, nice outfit for xmas day, few books, cars, socks, and a wooden thomas playset.

    First xmas (9mnths) was clothes, socks, bath toy, sippy cup...

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    DD is getting her own garden box and tools so she can plant and water them herself. She doesn't need anything else so this will be perfect. Just have to wrap it up now seeing as there's only 2 months left until Xmas

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    DS1, nearly 3, will be getting some Grug books and maybe an 'In the Night Garden' soft toy.

    DS2, 9 months at x-mas, can have the paper off DS1's presents! He has an obsession with paper! Nah, maybe a couple of those soft plastic bath books.

    Seems a bit scabby, but MIL & FIL go a bit over-board at Christmas (despite being told only 1 small present), so I make sure I don't get too much or it's all too overwhelming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2bubba View Post
    I want to get the girls a special bracelet with their names and a special message engraved. Maybe the same for son too, but need to find a boy bracelet. Getting Hayley a bike def. Not sure what else yet. I am not spending too much this year as I can't afford it, plus I know other relatives etc will be getting them heaps too.
    We had a mission finding boy bracelets. We are getting the boys each a gold necklace with a cross for their birthdays next year.

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    Bub will be a whole 5 days old... So I'm getting her a small blow up pool with those plastic ball things for next year when shes old enough.

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    Beginning of Dec we are going on our first family overseas holiday to Australia to spend some time with my Mum, we are going to have an early Christmas with her as she has not had a xmas with the kids for 5 years, so the kids will be coming home with FULL suitcases lol

    And so that they have something on the actual day, we are getting them a big backyard pool.. although, SO and I might enjoy it more [ETA: NOT the skinny dipping kind of enjoyment lol]

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    I don't know dd will be 9ish months. What do you get someone that old!
    A box and paper!

    Maybe some swimmers, toys that she can grow into (sand pit or play table). DS2 is 9 months now and really likes the toddler swing we have (it has a seatbelt and table and he swings slowly). Oh and books but I'd give that recommendation no matter what age!

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