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    @mrandmrsjones that ornament is gorgeous. where did you get it from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    @mrandmrsjones that ornament is gorgeous. where did you get it from?
    Hiya, we buy them from Amazon every year because they're $150 in the Swarovski store at our local shopping centre and only about $80-$90 including shipping (depending on the exchange rate from Amazon). I'm pretty sure they are genuine but if they aren't I wouldn't be able to tell, they are absolutely beautiful.

    You can also buy previous years ones on Amazon where as you can't directly from Swarovski. (I started collecting last year but backdated to 2012 so we had them from the year we got married).

    http://www.amazon.com/Swarovski-Edit.../dp/B00K3EXMLC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn View Post
    Just bought a bunch of re-usable food pouches, and a yoghurt culture specifically formulated for non-dairy yoghurt.

    So looking forward to making soy yoghurt
    Were can I get these? Ds1 is lactose intolerant and there is only 1 soy yoghurt at our supermarket.

    Last week I spent far too much on a sale site. I'm never buying cloths anywhere else!
    And Christmas stuff for the boys.

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    I just got my new SAHA shirt, yay.

    I'll be ebay Xmas shopping next week

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    A 4moms momaroo swing chair - expensive but hopefully worth it

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    I never usually buy online clothes for myself as they usually never fit right and I have to send them back. Due to a serious lack of nice affordable maternity clothes near me I bit the bullet and bought 4 maternity tops off ASOS for $80 and they fit perfect! Lucky score, definitely buying there again

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    I'm addicted to shopping online.

    This weekend I bought a gro bag, freezer containers, 2 pairs of sandals, wicked tickets, and some really cute items to accessorise my pram - a pram liner, organiser, strap and bar covers.

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    Christmas shopping is really feeding my online addiction... This weekend alone I have bought...
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    It never ends! Haha

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    I just ordered 4 business shirts for work as I will be going back full time and a lot of my old clothes don't fit anymore. Got a good deal, 100% Egyptian cotton and 4 for $200, Rrp $160 each! Really hope they fit or can be altered. It's so hard to find decent work shirts that don't cost a fortune.


 

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