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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    Wrapping is one of my favourite things! Pre dd I used to wait until all the presents were bought, put in a Christmas movie and make an afternoon of it. Now that little miss is getting into everything, wrapping has become a hurried activity completed during naps.
    I'm such a grinch.... Wrapping... I detest lol.

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    Kids prresents get wrapped xmas eve. All the others get wrapped a day or two before I see that person or send it.

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    I wrap Xmas eve with a big glass of port after kids in bed.

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    When I get them, all in one go.

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    Rock paper scissor DH for the task. He's lost three years in a row. Done the last day of school when the older ones aren't here. Otherwise its done in the dead of night or when they go to a sleepover at nans.

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    All in one go usually a few days before Christmas. Grown ups pressies are put round the tree and DS's pressies are kept by 'santa' until he puts them under the tree Christmas Eve.

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    Actually I may do them now as DS finishes school tomorrow and I'll be at work.

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    I am too excited and have to wrap them when i buy them. I love wrapping presents!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    I'm such a grinch.... Wrapping... I detest lol.
    Can I do yours then? 😋 it's so much fun!

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    I wrapped in two lots, all the ones I had in Oct so I could get my parents to take them interstate to where we are having Xmas and then once i finished all my Xmas shopping (except for one present) I did the rest.


 

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