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    Open presents when everyone is up, followed by breakfast, then the kids play with their toys, then go to mums for lunch, then go to see Nanna in the nursing home, then home do the kids can play a bit more, then a light dinner, bath and bed. This year though will be different because mum and nanna both passed away. My brother and step dad are hosting Christmas lunch for the last time this year.

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    This year we will be at our family beach house. So we will have breaky and open presents then head down to the beach for a few hours.
    Depending on the weather we may have lunch on the beach or go home to eat and adults rest while kids play.

    Afternoon may be back at the beach or playing board games. That night dinner will be left overs and of course watching National Lampoons Christmas that is on every year


 

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