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    December.... though i have been shopping for ds's September birthday and Christmas together so pretty much have him covered.

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    Soon very soon! Need to more organized this year!!

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    I started in the big w toy sale layby with stuff I know they'll still be into then (Lego, sports equipment, & some pressies for some of my baby/toddler nieces & nephews who don't necessarily have specific "interests" yet); & I'll top that stuff up with some more specific stuff closer to Christmas for my boys & the other older kids I buy for.

    I have started buying gift vouchers in a fortnightly grocery shop if it's under budget - my Woolies sells myer vouchers, that have 12 months on them. So closer to Christmas, I'll go to myer, spend those vouchers, & that will cover new pjs for my kids too, & whoever I get in our family Kris Kringle for the adults...! Buying vouchers is like compulsory spending for me


 

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