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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Yes @Nafsika we too aren't fans of lots of 'stuff' We've got her a swing as she absolutely loves going on the swing at gymbaroo plus a massive stack of books, wooden name puzzle, new leather shoes and some cute clothes. My brother in law is getting her a smart trike (lives overseas so has only met her once and likes to get a big gift) and my parents got her a push along walker and my brother got her a toy too so that's enough!!
    That sounds great.
    We have so much the kids don't know what to play with first. I'm at the point where I just want to give them away.

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    My DS just had his 9th bday had a few friends go to bounce (love scoopon) then friends slept over and had pizza. They get him a group present so he doesn't get a heap of crap. This year he got movie passes and a pass to the movie disco that events hold. He was totally over the moon with that. A good scooter last year (one that doesn't fall apart after months)

    As for cold weather i finally had proper heating installed. Gas ducted, I'm in love. Set at 20deg. Comes on at 6am for an hr to warm the dining/lounge up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    We had a party for the kids this year. I think I won't have one next year. We mostly got toys....sooooo over them. I'm more into educational things. Even my girl got ridiculous things.
    I am totally hearing you! We deliberately did not have a party to avoid toys!

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    Hey all.
    Totally with you on the "stuff"... We regularly cull toys and take things to op shops. DS recently turned 1 and we got him a wooden rainbow, 2 books and a pair of shoes... Thankfully disn't get too much from family either.

    I've been...busy! Having a bit of trouble keeping on top of things. Back at work 3 days a week. Evening shift, so i have the kids for the morning, swap over with DP around 1:30 - 2, work until 10, home around 10:30... Makes for a long day. Am enjoying the work though.

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    Not much happening here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Not much happening here.
    She's cute, she's grown up so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    She's cute, she's grown up so much.
    Sure has. She turned 2 about three and a half weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Sure has. She turned 2 about three and a half weeks ago.
    I recall seeing you guys once at Forbes when she had just started walking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Not much happening here.
    What a little sweetie @Catzilla

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    Hi guys.

    My DS has been diagnosed with ASD so been bit down in dumps even though I shouldn't be I should be relieved to have a diagnoses.

    Yes the weather is freezing I'm down south. Had the heater on about 18 at night but I hate it as I get so dry.


 

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