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    Triforce earrings = win! I am pretty happy with this on my kitchen counter:

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    How did I ever live without this in my life???
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    I got an outdoor hanging egg chair from my family which I LOVE - hoping to sit in it snuggling with bub while hubby works hard mowing the lawn haha!!!

    My hubby refuses to pick gifts for me unless I tell him what I specifically want, but that's still me picking lol. He says it's my own fault for having no hobbies which makes me too difficult to buy for :-P but it doesn't bother me too much, it means I get to pick exactly what I want so I'm never disappointed, just means I don't get surprise pressies from him.

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    Desperately needed in Perth at the moment... It's 42 outside!!
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    Dh got me the pram I wanted for ages!! New Phil and teds navigator

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    My favourite is True Blood box set *drool*

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    Quote Originally Posted by WineTime View Post
    There seems to be a few replies in a few threads where people got nothing from their partners/husbands. What's the deal with that?! Sorry, that's probably another thread.
    DP and I dont buy eachother gifts for Christmas or our birthdays. Our birthdays are both in the week leading up to Christmas so we are usually broke anyway. This year though he surprised me and bought me earrings for my birthday...so I made him some of those tacky love token thingies for Christmas.

    My parents are overseas, my brother and I cancelled eachother out and DP didnt get me anything cos (as above) we dont buy eachother gifts for it. So the only thing I got was a box of chocolates and a box of shortbread biccies for me and DP to share as both were from DPs parents...........which we didnt expect cos we all agreed not to buy eachother anything.
    Then last minute, DPs nanna bought our yet to be born baby some newborn booties and bib....the size of the booties made me tear up...so I guess that was my favourite thing even though it wasnt for me.

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    A Vanchi leather nappy bag!! And new sunnies that haven't come in the post yet. I'm very spoilt
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    A Vanchi leather nappy bag!! And new sunnies that haven't come in the post yet. I'm very spoilt
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    A bottle of Elie Saab perfume...I've been begging for it, I mean, hinting for it for over a year, but DH always forgot the name.

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