Home-made vouchers! I have decided to do up some vouchers to give to my boys for Christmas in order to try and save money and to be honest, because they're starting to become a little too materialistic for my liking.
The only ideas I have so far are:
1. Stay up one night (Weekend only)
2. Choose your favourite dinner
3. Skip a bath! (Saturday night only!)
4. Movie Night! You pick the movie!
5. A trip to the pool
... and that's about all I have! I figure I need at least 10 to make them good... throw your best ideas at me!!
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18-11-2014 11:28 #1
Need some ideas for...
18-11-2014 11:35 #2
one treat outside of regular times. eg one icecream at lunchtime.
one pass on a chore, eg one time excuse for not making his/her bed.
one free night for a friend to stay over.
... that's about all I can think of. marie
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18-11-2014 11:47 #3Senior Member
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Not sure how old your boys are but what about a games night, board games or others, visit to the Park, one on one night out or in doing something with just you or your partner, cartoon or tv morning on weekends or one week day...that's me done
Me -26 DH - 28+ Baby Vee coming 16/3/15
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18-11-2014 11:47 #4
one 'play at the park after school'
one extra story at bed time (or read by Mum if they normally read their own)
one cubby voucher (mum to get out sheets and make a cubby)
one picnic voucher (weekend only)
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18-11-2014 15:31 #5
Great idea Nom!
- Special afternoon out alone with Daddy
- Pancakes for breakfast
- Make a cubby house with sheets and the kitchen table
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18-11-2014 16:28 #6
Ooh thanks everyone!
(Love the pancakes for breakfast one lol! Yuuuuuuuum!!)
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18-11-2014 16:34 #7
What a fantastic idea! Think I might have to copy you Noms!
18-11-2014 16:36 #8
What are the T&Cs? For example how much notice do they have to give you before cashing in a voucher? What if they have been playing up, do they still get to cash in a voucher?
18-11-2014 16:40 #9
- one pass to skip their vegetables at dinner (and still get dessert or a treat)
- a pass that makes mum or dad stop whatever they are doing and play with them for 15 minutes (or however long)
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18-11-2014 17:47 #10
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