From us- 2nd hand springfree trampoline $475 including new covers for the fiberglass rods
A book each
Small Lego/ duplo
Superhero dress up outfit
2 Girls Disney Princess Barbie-type doll
DS new drink bottle
About $140 for all stocking gifts for the 3 of them.
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19-12-2013 19:06 #41Senior Member
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19-12-2013 19:09 #42Senior Member
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I've cut back this year as they get do spoiled by relatives...
DS is getting tennis set, skateboard, books, 2 skylanders,
DD1 scooter, books, DS game & clothes
DD2 Pretend food to go with kitchen, books, DS game & barbie accessories.
I've spent $100-150 on each.
19-12-2013 19:12 #43
$600 for 7 people. 6 kids and dh.
DD1 knee high boots for pole dancing - the most expensive gift at 130.
Ds1 a X box game
Dd2 app store card and art supplies
Dd3 air hog ball
Ds2 a wooden police/fire/ ambo station
Ds3 a cosi ute
Dh belt and shirts
Than Just some stocking fillers.
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19-12-2013 19:19 #44
Less than $100 on 13 week old ds. He is getting some cute board books, sophie giraffe and some soft blocks
★ him & me = ds 17/9/2013 ★
19-12-2013 19:20 #45
Our kids get One present from Santa each, one from Mum and Dad each, I buy 3 presents for DH (1 from each of us - small). I think I have spent $400 as the big things I get on sale during the year. We then spend the same on a charity gift, so $400 went to charity. My kids have so much they don't need anything else.
19-12-2013 19:30 #46
We splashed out and bought an iPad this year. It's a present from Santa for our whole family to share.
Other than that, I've spent about $200 each on DD and DS. DH insists on the kids having lots of presents to open on Christmas morning because that's what he grew up with and loved it.
Our kids only get things on their birthdays or Christmas, so we're happy to splash out a bit
19-12-2013 19:35 #47Member
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Cozy coupe (from Santa) - $80
Little people farm - $40
Books - $50
Clothes - $60
Puppets - $10
Backpack for Childcare - $30
Craft stuff - $20
Ummm all wrapped up under the tree - and I can see another 3 presents! I've forgotten already! I wrapped them all over a month ago!
19-12-2013 19:47 #48
DS aged 4 and have spent around $130. He's getting:
Ninja turtles preschool bag
Slip n slide
Small bits n pieces for stocking (matchbox cars, crayola textas, DVD etc)
19-12-2013 20:00 #49
I think about $350
Scooter and helmet
Buzz, Woody and Jesse dolls
Pirate and doctor dress ups
Castle play set
Playdough play set
Peppa pig rocket
Hungry hippo board game
He got an early present of a swingset and cubby last month because we were too excited to wait!
19-12-2013 20:03 #50
Dd1 aged 3
A dress ups wardrobe
Some dress ups
Hair bits and pieces etc
DD2 is only 10 weeks so is getting a bouncer as a big present and will have some cheap toys from the reject shop for her stocking
All up probs about 100 each roughly. DF and I are buying ourselves a BBQ instead of getting each other presents
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