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    Default Christmas presents?

    My DD will be 5.5 months at Christmas...what sort of gifts is everyone planning on getting their bubs? It's hard when she's not going to remember it and will probably be more interested in the wrapping paper

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    Default Christmas presents?

    My DS was 3 months at his first Xmas and no they don't remember but you do! Plus the photos are priceless!
    I pretty much just bought and wrapped up everything he needed for the next year - clothes, books, toys, cups, walkers etc

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    Default Christmas presents?

    DS was 3.5mths so wasn't even at a stage to unwrap! I think I wrapped maybe 1 toy, knowing the family would give him plenty which they did

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    DD1 was 4.5 months her first Xmas we bought her books, Xmas bear with the year and a play table for when she could pull herself up. DD2 will be 7 months we will get her a Xmas bear with the year also, plus I ordered her a little personalised case with wheels which she can use for sleepover at nanna's or on little holidays and a fold out sofa and a few little bits and pieces. I love Christmas and wrapped all the pressies even thou DD1 couldn't open them herself I still enjoyed it

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    DS will be 8 months old. I've already bought him a summer onesie ("Just like Daddy, only more handsome") and a book ("Muddy Paws' First Christmas"). I agree with Elijah's Mum - just anytime I see something cute that he will need during the season, I get it.

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    DS will be about 5.5mths as well and I got him the toy dog thing that sings and talks and some other toy that makes noise and lights up. Other than that I got things that would be useful for the next few months, some plates, bowls, spoons, bibs. Then I wrapped up an empty coke bottle because he loves playing with them.

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    Default Christmas presents?

    We got DS an Exersaucer

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    We got DS an Exersaucer

    Whats that?

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    Default Christmas presents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bubs'n'Roses View Post
    Whats that?
    One of these http://m.toysrus.com.au/evenflo-mega...ucer/i1289025/

    But I got it second hand on eBay!


 

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