We bought FIL a navman...so he can stop getting lost everytimethey come to our house (which is often but they still manage to get to lost). He was pretty chuffed with it...usually he doesnt do anything with presents we get him but this time he even wanted to get it out of the box and set it up. Yay!
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I gave my hipster brother a bow tie and a phone case made from sustainably sourced bamboo. Definite score!
I surprised my husband with a mountain bike. He had asked for cash from my family (we do Kris Kringle) and his parents to start saving for a bike but I got his dad to suss out which one he wanted and got them to purchase it so he didn't see the money leave our savings account and he was totally surprised! He's madly in love with it, he went for a ride this afternoon and was so pumped when he got home. I love seeing him so happy!
My brother a Jb hifi voucher I get him the same every year but he is very much into music & movies
My 3 nieces (2 x 11 year olds and 1 x 9 year old) coloured hair chalk!!! Of all the stuff they got yesterday they spent hours putting coloured streaks in each other's hair then doing fashion parades!
And for my brother, DH and BIL I got cheap remote control helicopters, all 3 of them spent most of yesterday afternoon playing together with their helicopters !
Santa nailed it with roller skates, a TV and Smiggle stuff for dd1, and learn and write magna doodle thing, bike and Lego stuff for dd2.
We nailed it and can take credit for bug zapper for sil and bag of balls for 1 year old niece.
DD was super impressed with the power rangers costume I managed to find on eBay - she kept asking to put it on but it was way too hot for full-body Lycra yesterday!
I nailed it with Dh this year.
He is a pain to buy for.
Got him a travel tea cup with its own inbuilt infuser. Plus 3 teas in a travel tin.
He has never had so many cups of tea in a day!
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