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    My nephew's Spider-man costume. He squealed and put it on right away, then wore it all day. It was awesome

    DS' kitchen. It was a pain to put together but he loves it so much and has been bringing me cups of" tea" in bed. Love it

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    Big 13ft tramp for dd & ds. The look on their faces walking out to the yard was priceless. All they want to do is jump now, pity they can only really go morning & evening cause it's been too hot.
    We were up till 10.30 Christmas Eve setting that damn thing up, I smacked myself in the lip and eye trying to pull the enclosure clips underneath and got eaten alive by mozzies >_<
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    The kids wii u was clearly a hit with DS1.

    DS2 loved his transformers and declared them to be his favourite present.

    DP loved his pre-ordered game, Tupperware turbo chef and kobo reader :-) I nailed all of his presents - fist pump!!

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    I bought my DSS a remote control jeep and I could tell my DS was a little bit envious, even though he had plenty of toys, but what DS didn't know was that his nan had bought him the black jeep for Xmas, so when my 3 year old opened it, his eyes lit up and he says "my brother has this, we can race". I knew mum's gift was the winner 😊


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    A smiggle gift card for DS1 was a hit and a remote control 4x4 for DS2.

    But they are also stoked with the traditional board games like monopoly, mouse trap and trouble!

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    Out of all the gifts DD received, mine was definitely a hit!

    It's a set of wooden animal magnets that are cut in two so you have to match the top half of the animal to the bottom half.

    Her poppy got her a chalk board of which the other side is a magnetic white board so she can stick the wooden animals on.

    She has not stopped playing with it

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    We got DS1 a trampoline. As suggested by a psychologist for therapy. He absolutely loves it. Its a great way for him to get rid of built up stress and energy.

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    A goldfish for 3 year old DD. So many of the presents she wanted were far too expensive for us to get and I was worried she would be upset she didn't get the big things she asked for. We wrapped up a container of fish food and when she opened it she said 'we don't have a fish' in a very sad voice. So we took her to the kitchen where 'Goldie' was in her tank. She was soooo excited! Now she gives Goldie a kiss every morning and night lolImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1388102569.408224.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    A goldfish for 3 year old DD. So many of the presents she wanted were far too expensive for us to get and I was worried she would be upset she didn't get the big things she asked for. We wrapped up a container of fish food and when she opened it she said 'we don't have a fish' in a very sad voice. So we took her to the kitchen where 'Goldie' was in her tank. She was soooo excited! Now she gives Goldie a kiss every morning and night lolAttachment 48338
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    Not one of mine, but mum and dad and my aunt won for my two-year-old: a huge truck with a digger on the back. He hasn't stopped playing with it every chance he gets!!


 

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