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    DD 7 is getting 2 sets of pjs, a new school bag, new pencil case, Uno attack game, a Lego 'diary', a Mr Potato head, HOPEFULLY a map (of the world) quilt (if i can find the material i want and if my friend has time to help me sew it up) and a garden swing chair i got free and am doing up for her

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    Bikes, scooter etc and clothes. Really must start shopping though

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    Ds 2yrs is getting a trampoline,

    maybe a bike with training wheels (have it but may wait till his bday in march)

    Then we have some elefun, playdough, duplo, sand pit toys, a few trucks, helicopters, tractors as stocking fillers

    He also has asked for a hammering set (tap tap, like at childcare) so I got it through their catalogue, and a talking buzz lightyear he has gravitated too for the last 6 months when he sees it in catalogues or shops.
    He also has some new clothes and pjs.

    I know its ott. Xmas was always big for my family, and I tell myself he doesn't needs xyz, but then I see something and I'm like "oh he would love that" and just grab things slowly, forgetting what we have... Then I go through it and go "ohhh no, oops!...ahhh well"

    I know he will probably take buzz, and a helicopter and spend the day jumping.... But meh. I just love christmas!! And shopping! And gift giving!!

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    Ds#1 board games, books, wii u game, ipod shuffle and itunes card, adventure time pop figures, some adventure time tshirts, gak.

    Ds#2 board games, ninja turtle dvds and skylander swap force figurines, gak.

    Dd cabbage patch doll, care bear, books. A fisher and price tea set.




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    Quote Originally Posted by risfaerie View Post
    Outdoor water play stuff? DDwas 9 mths her first Christmas, we got her a water play table, some boats and containers. Kids still use it regularly!

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    Thank you! But This is what I'm finding hard - we have all that stuff for DS and it seems silly to buy more. I would love to make her a really nice dollhouse but don't know if I should wait a few years.

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    Our ds will only be a few weeks old so he's getting books

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    So far we've bought a wooden swing set and a cubby, plus some smaller things -
    Table and chairs for his cubby
    Scooter
    Buzz and Woody dolls
    Sprinkler
    Those interactive dinosaurs
    Art supplies
    Pirate costume
    Books

    I'll still need to get a helmet and knee pads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eco Goddess View Post
    Thank you! But This is what I'm finding hard - we have all that stuff for DS and it seems silly to buy more. I would love to make her a really nice dollhouse but don't know if I should wait a few years.
    I have the same problem! For DS's first Christmas, I ended up buying him bath towels! Fun!

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    Ds will be getting books so far, and need to do some clothes shopping for him also .

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    Another sister here too lol (they are thinking of doing my c section on the 24th ).
    At the moment we're thinking of a few clam shells (for a sand pit and paddling pool) and some out door toys I'll also get her something she can enjoy on the road since we'll be at the hospital most of Christmas.
    Dd2 will get something nice, I'm thinking of a glowing bear lamp for her room


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