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    Dd is getting

    a little tikes water/sand play table
    Xmas t shirt to wear Xmas day
    A pillow pet with the lights on it's back
    And prob $15 worth of little bits and pieces from kmart drink bottle play dough etc.
    She is so spoilt by everyone else we prob spent about $115 tops

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    not much. within $100 each, they are only young and i can get away with it. ds's birthday is 4 days after xmas. so esentially, i was buying for 3 kids.
    dd is almost 3 and got a mini trampoline with a handle attached, dora dvd, puzzle, chash regiester and a swim vest.
    DS got a car garage, puzzle, swim floatie, toy cars and a book.

    $30 gift for kmart wising tree

    for ds birthday 4 days after xmas he got a tonka dump truck, a book about trucks and a toy phone which dd picked out for him.
    Last edited by Little Miss Muffet; 19-12-2013 at 20:27.

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    My 2.5 DS is getting about $200 worth of things. Mostly small bits and pieces, toys, books, clothes etc.

    Couldn't be bothered this year really, he already has ride on cars/bikes etc so what else is there lol

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    Way too much!!

    DD1 - 9 yrs old
    iPad (bought off of my mum for $50)
    Monster High doll
    Create a monster kit
    Glitzen globes
    Paint & paint brushes
    Digital watch
    Clothes
    Nail caviar
    Bath stuff
    Hello Kitty perfume
    Bubble gum tape
    Chocolate stocking
    Hair bands
    Toothbrush
    Bath paint
    Beanbag
    Suitcase
    Fishing rod
    Small Lego friends pack

    DD2 - 11.5months

    Flip out sofa
    Push along 3 in 1 trike thingy
    Musical activity table
    Outfit
    Musical toy
    Toothbrush
    Suction bowl

    They are both getting a trampoline from the in-laws.

    I start shopping for Christmas in June & forget what I've got! DD2 turns one on 6 January, we've already been given loads of stuff so she really doesn't need anything else.

    DD2 is probably about $200, nothing on her list was expensive & I bought a lot if stuff on sale. DD1 was about $150, most expensive was the trike, I bought it for $59 reduced from $119.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Our kids get One present from Santa each, one from Mum and Dad each, I buy 3 presents for DH (1 from each of us - small). I think I have spent $400 as the big things I get on sale during the year. We then spend the same on a charity gift, so $400 went to charity. My kids have so much they don't need anything else.
    That is very generous of you:thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thum bup::thumbup:

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    Way way too much. I do it every year! DH gets so mad.

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    Im too scared to add it all up...

    DS is getting
    A Leap pad
    2 Leap pad games
    2 boxes of duplo
    1 giant playdough kit
    Books
    Dress ups
    Art supplies
    Dvds
    A Woody doll
    A few more things I cant remember

    DD is getting
    Books
    A few toys
    Cant remember what else
    Last edited by Lincolns mummy; 20-12-2013 at 07:28.

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    Way too much this year as its the first year we haven't had to budget.

    Joint present of a swingset (though its second hand off a friend so only $100)

    DS1 - (5.5)
    Bike & helmet
    Tablet & accessories (headphones, case, Google play gift card)
    Mini skateboards and skate ramp
    Micro drifters race track
    Stocking stuffers like new beach towel, clothes, small toys etc

    DS2 - (3.5)
    Retro trike & helmet
    Tablet & accessories (headphones, case, google play gift card)
    Large Pirate indoor tent
    Miniscule season 1&2 on dvd
    Angry birds game
    Dinosaur train match game
    Stocking stuffers samr as DS1

    DS3 - (6 months)

    Little tikes Activity Garden playset
    Fisher price gumball toy
    Fisher price bird bath toy
    New pjs
    Baby swing for swing set
    Few small toys and stocking stuffers.

    Also spent way more than our limit on DH but he deserves it. I think we've spent around $1500 all up, including all our families gifts etc.

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    DS (almost 3) is getting a camera/video recorder, easel, tablet computer, skateboard, robotic dinosaur (from Santa), a few books, a bunch of art and craft supplies such as new paints, paint pots, art smock, textas, stickers and sticker books, glitter glue, new brushes etc; a kite and some puzzles. I'm sure there is more stuff which I'll remember when I go to wrap it! DP has got him an electric guitar, new bike etc. and he always gets spoilt by the grandparents, aunts and uncles and great-grandma. His birthday is in January so he'll get a bunch more then. I guess DP and I have spent a little over $1000 on his Xmas presents, but I tend to buy things when I see them to put away so I don't have all the expense at once.

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    I've spent about $200 each on my girls, they getting a scooter each, pony toy from Santa for my 3yo and kitty toy from Santa for my 5yo, beach toys as we spending two weeks at the beach, board games, clothes, monster high, Dora.


 

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