For the safety of the presents, and in the interest me being able to pee while DD is awake, they go under after DD is in bed on christmas eve..
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20-12-2011 00:28 #31
20-12-2011 06:15 #32
20-12-2011 06:23 #33
Christmas eve. Pre DD as I wrapped them.
20-12-2011 07:16 #34
Last 5 years on Xmas eve for the safety of the pressies but this year I tried putting the ones from DH and I under the tree - DS has ripped one slightly but other than that they haven't really been too obsessed by them...... So far still a few days to go. Santa pressies will go under the tree and in stockings on Xmas eve.
20-12-2011 07:44 #35
Ours go under as they're wrapped, Santa doesn't do deliveries here.
20-12-2011 07:57 #36
The only presents under the tree are from us to other people we're going to see on Christmas Day or one's people have given me before Christmas. So they all go under as soon as they're wrapped.
Santa leaves presents in our stockings on Christmas Eve.
20-12-2011 08:00 #37
After DS destroyed half the christmas decorations and pulled the tree over with in 10 minutes of it being up we haven't put anything under our tree this year, we spend Christmas eve at the ILs so our presents will go under their tree then and Santa will fill the kids stockings when they are asleep...
I'm predicting next year will be much the same as DD will be the age DS is now, but hopefully in following years we can put them under our tree when we put it up (i wrap presents the day before we get our tree) or as they arrive
One handed hubbing on the go
Last edited by inkognito; 20-12-2011 at 08:03.
20-12-2011 08:02 #38
20-12-2011 08:32 #39
Presents from us (to eachother or to other people) go under the tree as soon as they're wrapped.
Presents from Santa appear overnight on Christmas Eve.
20-12-2011 11:02 #40
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