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    Putting them all out on Christmas Eve. It was the best thing ever as a kid to see all the presents magically appear Christmas morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suprisedmummy View Post
    I put presents out as I wrap them and I wrap everything as I buy it. I love looking at the tree with all the gifts under it :-)
    I do this too, but DD is only 4 months. Santa's present will go out Christmas Eve.

    Next year they will be out early but I might have to do this

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    All presents go out after kids are in bed xmas eve.

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    I usually do all presents for everyone we've brought for under the tree when dd is asleep Xmas eve.

    This year for family we've put out presents as they've been brought and wrapped. All dds presents from myself and Santa will still go out when she's asleep on Xmas eve.

    Not sure if I prefer to leave all presents until Xmas eve just for the shock value. No presents and then woaaaah look at all the presents kind of thing.

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    All out Christmas Eve after the kids are asleep. I'm so excited, I can't wait!!

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    We put ours out under tree as they are brought and been wrapped. Apart from one of my DD's has a bike this yr, won't be wrapped. Has to be put together then will go under tree unwrapped but a bow or something on it maybe.

    My DS who is 2 keeps grabbing stuff and ripping wrap off though so it might never happen again. He thought it would be fun to eat the wrapping and cellotape and choke on it. So thinking it's not a great idea anymore.

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    They go under the tree as wrapped. I LOVE looking at gifts under the tree, so magical.

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    As much as I love looking at gifts sitting under a tree all nicely wrapped, we've had a constant ****** of babies/toddlers ever since we started our family, so no presents go under the tree until just before we go to bed on Xmas eve (we also don't do Santa, so this way, everything remains a surprise until morning). Otherwise, no doubt, children would peek or attempt to open stuff.

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    Presents from other people and us go under the tree as/when we wrap them. Presents from Santa go in the sacks once kids are in bed asleep on xmas eve.

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    They go under as they get wrapped. Santa delivers presents on Xmas eve after everyone goes to bed.

    Santa presents go in a stocking though, all presents from us to family etc go under the tree. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1419310185.364269.jpg


 

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