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    The objective is to finish with one ball. You jump over one ball at a time a bit like checkers.

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    Yes i brought DH some presents from the kids. 2 x nice polo shirts. 2 x books about 'daddy' for the kids bedtime stories😂 and a keysmart keychain cause i thought it was cool

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    I do because my dp is their step dad and it's also about me thanking him and showing appreciation towards how awesome he is for raising someone else's children.

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    Dh has had his for a month because ds couldn't keep the secret lol
    I got them both nerf guns and they have loved having them.

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    So far, but DS is only 2yo, so as je gets older he'll get to buy DH's present himself. This year he got a cool steel pen that doubles as a kind of swiss army knife, it has all tgese nifty features.

    He did make him a weird looking paperweight with bottle caps on it at daycare, but then refused to give it to him because he wanted to keep it for himself! Lol

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    Default Do you buy Dh Father's Day gift?

    Yes. Well the kids are too young to buy anything / choose something suitable so I have bought DH a MARCS shirt from me, some salted caramel lidnt chocolates from DS and an iPad cover with keyboard from DD. I spent about $185.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    The first thing I thought is "wow a Malteser holder" but I'm guessing that's not quite right.
    Isn't it malteasers? That's what I thought it was!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMumma View Post
    Isn't it malteasers? That's what I thought it was!!
    Haha no they are wooden balls. But hey that's a good idea! Use Malteser and eat them whilst playing

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    I bought DF a $10 mug on behalf of DS. Now I feel really slack!

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    Q: For those who are happy to just have the kids give made at school gifts, are you happy with that for Mother's Day too? (Genuine question)

    I asked the kids this morning, and they said "We don't just love daddy at school, so yes we have to get him something else".

    They chip in with their pocket money too (their choice)


 

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