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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 love wrapping too!

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    Whenever I get the opportunity, and the wrapping paper.

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    I've been wrapping as I get them. Have to take the opportunity when ds has a nap.

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    I try and plan to wrap as I go.
    I usually end up spending hours on Xmas eve wrapping, staying up late and drinking too much wine in the process lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balfour View Post
    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.
    OMG your husband wraps? That's amazing. DH gets me to- says he can't figure out how to do it properly and it's a woman's job- and gets his mum to wrap mine. His job is to assemble and put in batteries the next day 😁. I'd rather wrap!!!!

    Does any else's DH wrap presents?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    OMG your husband wraps? That's amazing. DH gets me to- says he can't figure out how to do it properly and it's a woman's job- and gets his mum to wrap mine. His job is to assemble and put in batteries the next day 😁. I'd rather wrap!!!!

    Does any else's DH wrap presents?
    Nope, I doubt my DH even knows what the kids have got. Surprise them all on Xmas day 😉

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    Friends and family as I buy them.
    Childrens usually on the night of the 23rd I love wrapping them!

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    I think he prefers it to going to the shops lol after 3 years practice he's become quite the master at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post

    Does any else's DH wrap presents?
    Yup, and he is a perfectionist about it, too. We usually sit down and wrap together once all the presents are bought. Usually early December. We still haven't finished shopping this year, so they're all still sitting in bags in the bedroom waiting for our attention. Hoping to get the shopping finished tomorrow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post

    Does any else's DH wrap presents?
    I do not allow it. He is soooooooo bad. He tries so hard but no. I cannot look at a present so badly wrapped...


 

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