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    Default Who knocked the snow cone photo frame?

    For Mother's Day my gorgeous DD got me one of these from the school stall, and all I could think about was the lame present thread on here 😳

    Worst part, she's already pestering me to pick a photo for it and asking where I'm going to put it.

    I love school Mother's Day stalls!

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    Lol get used to it! I have to say my kids did well this yr at their school mother's day stall

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    I got some bracelet that is like, some super-cheap "Pandora," style thing. I've been proudly wearing it all day, and while I'd never ever choose it myself, not even the real Pandora stuff, it's not that bad. Better than having to wear a pasta necklace out to lunch (like I saw another mother doing... lol).

    Also got a keyring and a handmade card.

    I gave her money to get my mother something from the stall too and she got a bumblebee windchime.

    I'm much happier with what we got than what I would have given my mother - tea bags, tea cups (I don't drink tea... lol), smelly drawer things, frilly coat-hangers, candles etc. lol.

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    I got these big earrings - they are ball shaped with glitter on them - they stick into my neck! My DD is only 5 and in Kindy so was super proud of her mothers day stall choice! She has been making me wear them all day

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    My 5 year old DS did really well at his first Mothers Day Stall! I got a new travel mug! :-D Mine recently broke and this one will fit more coffee in, is purple and says MUM on it! I love it! He was thrilled when I opened it, he's sooooo cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I got some bracelet that is like, some super-cheap "Pandora," style thing. I've been proudly wearing it all day, and while I'd never ever choose it myself, not even the real Pandora stuff, it's not that bad. Better than having to wear a pasta necklace out to lunch (like I saw another mother doing... lol). .
    That may have been me you saw, I've been wearing a pasta necklace all day hahaha it even has a few cupcake wrappers in it too, but I love it!

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    I got lots of cuddles from my DS who is almost 2. no gift or card haha

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    DD bought me a bag of chocolates from the mothers day stall... And stood there with her hand out while I opened them lol

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    lol.. Glad I'm not the only one faking excitement and smiles over their present.. I got a pink sparkly plastic purse that is a money bank.. I don't like pink or girly things.. Dd knows the only colour I really like is purple lol I ended up letting her have it cause I could tell she wanted it and it made her happy so I guess I regifted to her! Oh well she's got awhile to learn

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    The thingd my kids made I love, but my xh, their father gave them a leopard print dressing gown to give to me. While Im thankful he bothered, he clearly doesnt know me as Ive never worn leopard print and he bought me a dressing gown two years ago. I have 5 dressing gowns!!! This is the man who called me to ask I buy him a specific item for his last fathers day.

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