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    Their big present is a swing set but Ds2 is only 4 months old so Its mainly for ds1 right now.

    Ds1 is getting:

    A couple of learning books

    Cars 2 backback (Hes obssessed with Cars).

    A couple of abc4kids dvds

    A Mr Potato head (loves Toy story)

    Clothes

    Not sure what is going in his stocking yet.


    Ds2 is getting:

    A taggie blanket

    Bumbo with play tray

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar toy

    In his stocking he will have some rattles, teethers and new dummies.

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    My god, just finished DD nearly 2

    Rocking horse
    Awesome train set
    A big cat that does things
    Books
    Book case
    Bean bags x 2 for a book corner
    Big solid farm animals
    Pjs and a few clothes
    Lamp

    Really excited about making a nice book nook !

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    For under the tree I spent about $200 all up. Star Wars Lego for DS. A my little pony, drawing pencils (the flash kind in a tin) and a barbie whose hair changes colour for DD. Santa sacks I spent about $50 each. They both got books and craft. DS was insistent in his Santa letter he wanted a remote control snake (ugh) and also a magic kit. DD got extra craft stuff and a little lala loopsy doll.

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    I just need to get a few little things like swimmers and craft stuff still but so far DS has a
    Wii(plus 3 games)
    2 lego sets(big ones)
    3 little lego sets
    2 angry birds board games
    Magic set(200 tricks in it)
    Movies and tv series

    Think thats about it. Not exactly sure how much it all costs tbh.

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    From us DD (15 months) is getting a music wall that we built on the side of our shed. All up, about $5 i'd say. Oh actually, 2 little trucks and a wooden trumpet too… the total would be just under $10.

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    We DS(15mths) big hugs Elmo( can't wait for this get opened so I can have a play, lol) wheely bug, pirate play set, books, pillow pet and a pull along duck. Not sure how much all up as I've been throughout the year!

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    DS (almost 4)
    Bike $150
    Ben 10 toy $10
    Octonauts toy $30

    In his stocking:
    pair of pjs $20
    A book $15
    A bath bomb $5

    = $230

    DD (just turned 1)
    Little people carnival $40
    Hootabelle plush toy $10
    2 play school DVDs $20
    In her stocking:
    A dress $10
    A book $10
    A bath bomb $5
    = $95

    We don't do a set amount, it's whatever they want/need (within reason of course- probably wouldn't buy a single item over $200)

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    Tonkas $120
    Matchbox car set each $30
    Undies $10
    Books each $10
    Playground fort $1300

    $1470 in total

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    1. Bouncy Castle
    2. Sandpit with Canopy

    All up $950 went a bit over on the castle. Oops

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    No idea in the total, maybe $600 for all 3 boys?
    1 present being a $200 tv for them to share, play their Xbox on.
    Some games, books, lego..oh yeah the Lego....hmmm make that $800 all up lol


 

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