DP: a 24inch monitor for computer
Headset for gaming
Thinking about getting th SOA box set too.
DS1: Bike & Helmet
Toy story woody
Goggles and sunny set
DS2: Bike & helmet
Toy story Jessie
Goggles and sunny set
Spider man action figure
There is more but I really cant think of them and they are all wrapped up. We also are building a huge fort with slide, rock wall and rope ladder.
Mum: Car seat covers and tea towle set
Dad: combined birthday & xmas gift as his birthday is the 24th. Large ipod speaker
Step mum: Photo of the kids and my dad together in a nice frame.
Sister: she asked for a photo of the kids
DPs step mum: gardening gift basket (DIY)
Gma: Gardening gift basket (DIY)
Nan: scratchies and mags
Kids nana: Perfume
Kids poppy: Hobby shop stuff
Uncle 1: Travel bag with mini knife set, 2 mens perfumes, 5 mini bottles of alcohol
Uncle 2 : New game for console
Uncle 2's GF: Sanity 50 dollar voucher lol
Aunty: Soap making set, diary and nice pens.
Im also baking my Gma a christmas pudding, and making christmas cookies and gingerbread men for everyone. Plus all the dogs are getting home made chicken biscuits lol
Oh and the kindy teacher and TA.... Not sure what Im getting them yet. Oh and my greens man will be getting a bonus coz he has been very helpful lol
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12-12-2012 17:09 #11-
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12-12-2012 17:11 #12-
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- Jul 2010
ah, thats not including the stocking stuffers *sigh* And photos for all the grandparents and adult Aunty/Uncles
12-12-2012 19:51 #13
Mum and inlaws: donation to Australian Lutheran world service (gift of grace ). They get a card telling them where their Xmas money went (eg: supplies for a school in Cambodia, buying chickens for a family in Indonesia etc). I love giving these because they never want anything but this way they get to give something to someone needy.
Sister: Chinese medicine balls (she asked for them)
Brother: camping lantern
DS: flashing light saber, Star Wars transformer figures
DD: kindy bag and lunchbox, dolls head (the ones where you can do their hair and makeup etc)
God daughter: friends Lego
God son: Star Wars Lego and Ben 10 pjs
Teenage niece and nephew: money
10 year old niece: lip smacker gift set and smiggle pens
DH: fishing chair
Santa: pjs, books, skylanders figurines, craft kits.
12-12-2012 20:00 #14
DP - a book she has been wanting since it was released in Oct. David Attenborough box sets, Glee season 3 and Hagrids Hut collectible lego.
SIL + BIL - a voucher prolly for big W
9yo niece, monster high doll
6yo niece, Belle (from beauty and the beast) doll
3yo nephew, Thomas block set
1yo nephew, one of the leapfrog stuff toy things that you squeeze their paw and they sing and stuff
Other SIL, regifting a bath stuff set my DP was given last year and already had one.
All of her kids get clothes (she has 4 as well) as I refuse to buy them toys for them to destroy (the oldest hacks things with scissors and stuff) the budget for them is slightly higher than the other kids as the other kids get birthday pressies and this lot don't.
13-12-2012 00:55 #15
Mum- a bracelet, coffee beans, soap and 2 shirts
sister- a pack from Lush
the kids I nanny- a board game and book for miss 4 and a stacking game and book for miss 2
for my boss- movie voucher and photograme of girls
boy- some things from Australian geographic and a kite and a little something for his mum
that's all I've bought this year as costs so much to send from US
13-12-2012 02:11 #16-
- Join Date
- Aug 2011
dh will be getting...
an out door bench seat
3 dvd's (big bang theory season 3 +5 and tin tin)
2 tickets to gold class to see the hobbit and les miserables (sp?)
and a jumping croc tour
(i think thats it, i have a list. may have missed something)
dd is getting
a fold out kids couch thing
a ken doll
a baby cinderella doll
a swing set
a 3 in one walkalong or ride on car thing (for learning to walk and then eventually
sit on and scoot)
another doll type thing (i think its a unicorn with hair)
a toy remote (that looks like a tv remote)
there are a couple more but they are all wrapped up so cant remember everythin
g we got her.
it is her first christmas s we wanted to spoil her a bit. a part of me thinks that i
havent gotten her enough for christmas... dh says we have gotten her heaps but i
dunno ki just still dont feel like its enough. (stems from my child hood guess) i just really really want her to have a good christmas. she is 9 months s wont remember her first cbristmas but *I* will and it will really weigh on me. any who. lol
step dad is getting a ring that says dad on it.
mum wll be getting a family portrait and a frame with the 2 grand kids in it
dunno about the rest of the fam yet. still have to cme up witb thi.gs
13-12-2012 05:31 #17
I have finished all mine, I just need to get something for my nephew.
He is 4 and I don't really want to spend over $20, any suggestions?
13-12-2012 06:36 #18
DS- a Wii, Skylanders, Mario Kart Game, Sports Resort + Wii accessories, a bike, socks, jocks, pjs, Skylanders top, 3 board shorts, magicians box of tricks, jokes book, another book and a magazine, Air-zooka, water balloon sling shot, yoho diabolo, snorkel set, water pistol, jelly bean dispenser + stocking stuffers.
P.S. Don't ask why there are 2 huge presents in there, it's a long story.
The family- I actually got them all a voucher to go to an adventure park. I've been planning it for 6 months or so and have sent round numerous msgs to keep a certain day free so we can all go as a family. I've stuck this voucher on a water pistol for my 3 nephews, bubble guns for my 2 nieces and chocolate stockings for my Mum, Dad, siblings and their partners.
Adult family friends- big box of chocolates, big box of jelly beans, cheese and platter set, scarf, another family adventure park pass
Kids family friends- clothes for babies, stockings for voucher receivers, lightning mcqueen travel drawing case, itunes card, stationary and craft
13-12-2012 06:51 #19
Re: Christmas presents
DS has too much stuff i bought him but others i have bought for include
Mum - season 3 and 4 of kath and kim plus either a kettle she wanted or the toilet brush she wants
Dad - $100 itunes card
Sister - winners and losers season 2 plus a sushi maker
Nana - movie voucher x 2
Nana - mrs browns boys season 2
School mum and her 2 kids - paying entry for all of us to spend a day at wet n wild as she wants wants to go
A hubber - still thinking but sending to her after christmas as i dont want it to get lost in the mail(and cos i left it too late)atm with all the christmas things as i want to do a big package for her of things she is also missing from home.
Family friend - getting back to me with things she would like or needs so not sure yet
School mums kids - 3 x pillow pets as they are awesome and i think every kid deserves a pillow pet
Work friend - $100 gold class voucher which i went halves with someone in, $100 rockmans voucher plus some granny undies and other work friend is buying her a gstring(the underwear is a joke from us). Also making this person a cake as its her birthday on christmas day and she means so much to me that i am her adopted daughter and everyone at work even thinks she is my mum lol.
Cousin and her son - dvds
Think that just about covers it all for us.
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13-12-2012 07:12 #20
Where's doctor who book (like Where's Wally )
ET bluray box set thing with book and toy etc
Sonic screwdriver tooth brush
Things for his camera.
Dad- We all put in and got him a new air compressor.
Mum- no bloody idea. I will get the Jamie Oliver 15 min meals book but she doesn't want anything else. So might end up being cash
Aunt and BF - Donna hay's new book and BF got a bike thing
MIL- cook book most likely
FIL- national geographical DVD
Step niece- sqwinkies stuff
Minni mouse garden set
Make your own teddy
Baby alive with a couple of outfits
Nail polish kit with gems and stickers
Pool with gazebo cover.
Need to get a few more things for DD and stocking fillers. running out of time.
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