DD has got 1 large gift
Pool with gazebo
Then from Santa
Doggy doo doo
Minni mouse gardening set
Make your own teddy bear
Baby alive with clothes
Tiger golf game
Nail polish with stickers and diamonds
A sylvanian family, camper van and ice cream stand.
I've been trying to get her the sylvanian families hospital too but its sold out everywhere.
New electric tooth brush
I think that's everything.
We buy $100 worth of 14+ year old things for the wishing tree. We always buy for the older ones because they always seem to get forgotten.
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15-12-2012 19:16 #31
How many toys are too many toys?
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15-12-2012 19:44 #32
Its not too much if its what you choose to give
Our son is getting a bike and helmet from Santa.
From us he is getting what others may consider a lot
Chuggington box set
4 boxes of Chuggingtons
Two talking dinosaurs
There are more presents under the tree but i cant remember what they are right now.
15-12-2012 19:48 #33
We go with a certain dollar amount per child. Usually its $200 per child but this year we are going away on an overseas trip in Feb so we are doing a smaller christmas. I spent $100 on each child and bought during the toy sales. Santa is also bringing an ipad for the family to share Our kids only get presents from santa, none from 'us' but also get ALOT from the rest of our family, being the only little kids on both sides.
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15-12-2012 19:49 #34
Re: How many toys are too many toys?
I have spent heaps but he has a lot of dvds some books and clothes and towels he.was very lucky but my.sister was just as bad i think he got more things from her than us
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16-12-2012 00:43 #40
How many toys are too many toys?
My son was only born in October so not really an issue this year, but my husband and I have decided to limit gifts in general, partly because we have a relatively small, very full house, and partly because I am a teacher and have been horrified by the level of entitlement/materialism I have seen in many kids.
I saw a neat little poem, 'something you want, something you need, something to wear and something to read' which we will be following for Christmas and birthdays. I was horribly spoiled as a child, and it took me a long time to get over that as an adult. My only challenge will be getting DS' grandparents to respect our wishes!
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