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    DD - 8
    Furby Boom $80
    Sylvanian Families $50
    Hello Kitty studs $30
    Zelf $15
    Books $30

    DS1 - nearly 6
    Disney Infinity $80
    Dispicable Me2 DVD $20
    Monsters University Sully mask $20
    Angrybirds board game $20
    Books $30

    Big Kids stockings
    Kites
    Frisbees
    Christmas mugs
    A few lollies
    Coloured pencils
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    DS2 - 2
    Plush Hoot that sings $30
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    Stocking
    Jocks
    Chalk
    Cup and bowl set

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    Probably around $500 for three kids. Ds got all Ninja turtles stuff, ugly (farting dog) and some marble runs. Dd and dsd both got Sylvanian families, houses and furniture. Dd got a laloopsy doll with glasses like her. Dsd also got a bunch of stuff from Smiggle, plus Blingles, plus clothes and an iTunes voucher (she also has a birthday a week after Xmas that's why she gets more).

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    Dsd got a bunch of bits and pieces.

    A Dora ballerina doll
    A stuffed unicorn
    A Disney princess bag with bits and bobs in it ( tiara, blow up chair etc, it all came with the bag)
    A spray pen art kit
    A flying remote control tinker bell
    DVD ( Dora Christmas I think?)

    And today for her stocking I grabbed

    A pencil case I filled with new pencils and crayons + 2 colouring in books.
    Plastic tea set
    Glow sticks
    Sparkly hair ties and a brush
    2 singlets
    A fancy peppa pig cup
    Goggles
    Disney princess notepads and a pen
    Lip glosses.

    Sounds like a lot but she doesn't actually have many toys and all up it probably only cost us $150.

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    I have one 19m ds. He is getting from us/ Santa.

    Pjs for Xmas eve
    golden books set
    dinosaur train set
    little wheelies 12 pack
    read with me scout
    wooden Thomas Train set

    He'll also get many presents from family. We spent around $175-$200 on him.

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    I don't know the total amount, but no more than $120. He's got smaller items this year and half is for school next year.

    His birthday was last week, so throughout the year I bought gifts. I then finished the rest of his Christmas present last week.


    Single mummy to a wonderful DS (Born 11/12/2008)

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    For ds from us:
    Buzz doll $50
    Toy story top $20
    Book $5
    ($75)

    For dd from us:
    Walker $60
    Activity table $30
    Books $10
    ($100)

    Joint present is a little blow up pool $10

    Then Santa pressies / stocking fillers probably $200 total

    *Happiness is not a destination, it's a way of life*

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    Probably around $500 on ds on a variety of things hes 2 and a half. My parents have spent around the same

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    I'm really stressed I haven't brought them enough.

    This is the first year of no big present

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    I've spent around $100 each this Xmas on toys as there wasn't much they really needed and our house is already full of toys. We have spent more in previous years for swing sets /bikes etc.

    5 year old DD is getting;

    Dreamlite pillow pet
    Monster's High Doll
    Board game
    Books and some new pens/pencils/stickers etc
    Princess paper doll set

    2 year old DS is getting;
    Fire truck
    Wooden blocks
    Dreamlite pillow pet
    Thomas book and torch
    Colouring book and crayons

    I bought the toys when the sales were on mid year.

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    My kiddies are getting clothes, books each. They are getting slip and slide water thing and a water dinosaur centre thing and a massive playdough set up (joint) DS is getting a remote control tarantula, smash ball thing (i forget now its wrapped but its like a monster head you bash it sound and it vibrates and makes weird sounds) moving growing dinosaurs, more Lego sets and then his stocking filled with cheapie toys from the dollar store. DD is getting 2 barbie dolls, a barbie car, a barbie horse and carriage set, and a stocking again filled with cheapie toys from the dollar store.

    All up ive spent $350 dollars in total plus 8 for wrapping and ribbon. But that's everything done and dusted


 

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