Santa leaves presents in stockings.
Mummy and Daddy (and others) leave wrapped presents under the tree. They appear prior to Christmas day.
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12-12-2011 16:32 #21
12-12-2011 16:35 #22
All the smaller things in the Xmas stockings are not wrapped but all of santas presents are wrapped in different paper and with different tags written by my secretary at work!
12-12-2011 16:44 #23
No, I wrap everything.
12-12-2011 16:56 #24
12-12-2011 17:15 #25
Yup everything here. Always was when we were kids too. Lol DD is only 7 months so doesn't understand.
I'm actually undecided if we are going to do Santa, the whole concept is really creepy
12-12-2011 17:29 #26
All DS's presents under the tree are wrapped and from Santa, everything in the Santa sack is from him also, but not wrapped
12-12-2011 17:30 #27
My favourite is doing everything silver and blue. Or like getting plain silver & plain blue, and then silver & blue ribbons and alternating... Then my tree for a while was also only silver & blue decorations. I thought it was cool - till I got bored with it after a few years.
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everything gets wrapped here including stuff in santa sack and its all from santa
12-12-2011 18:12 #29
Nope! The Santa who visits our house is very environmentally friendly but my children only get one present from Santa that is left in the middle of the loungeroom.
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Personally I couldn't imagine not seeing the looks on my kids faces when they saw/opened their presents on Christmas morning.
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