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    Default Spin-off - ISO purchases.

    I found the meme (in the meme thread) on iso purchases quite funny as it has been true for me so far. DH thinks I'm single-handedly propping up the economy.

    So tell us, what have your 2020 iso purchases been? What do you have coming in the mail?

    No judgement, just solidarity... And possibly some enabling.

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    Sooo many things. What *haven't* i bought?

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    Christmas shopping for our kids is almost complete
    DKNY crossbody bag
    Shoes
    So many clothes! I think I now have more dresses hanging up with tags on than those I have worn
    Fathers day presents
    Makeup, skincare and hair products
    Saucepan set and frypans

    ETA I finally have nothing arriving, and no need to buy anything for a little while

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    My online purchasing hasn't changed. It's always fabric and a lot of it.

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    Default Spin-off - ISO purchases.

    These bells are the best thing I’ve purchased. I’ve had a play and put them away for Christmas.

    https://www.tinytones.com.au/product...fdb8e53d&_ss=r

    So many clothes, shoes, face products, a trampoline, bike for DD1, fry pan and sauté pan, reusable yoghurt pouches, a bed frame for us. I’m constantly reminding DH that we need to help the economy.

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    actually not that much. i don’t really feel any need to buy more “stuff” just because we can’t go out. our food expenditure has increased significantly for sure, we’ve ended up getting more takeaway too, but beyond that, nothing else. we can’t go anywhere so new clothes feel pointless. my fitbit has been the only real “thing” i’ve bought that comes to mind. dh and i have both had (or dh will have this week) iso bdays, so there’s bren presents for that, plus mothers and fathers days. but that’s not really iso purchases as we’d buy stuff for those occasions anyway.

    maybe some additional craft stuff for ds and these wooden blocks ds asked for the week stage 4 lockdown started, those have been played with all day by both kids, so were an investment. beyond that, not much. oh dh got some riding gear, most of which he’s returned, but he did end up keeping a riding jacket and gloves. really nothing else beyond that 🤷🏼‍♀️

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    I have recently discovered I have a dress addiction. Bought many in iso

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    None (yet) as we haven’t really done anything so haven’t felt the need however after spending so much time at home I’ve decided that quite a bit of our furniture doesn’t suit the house and I’d like to replace a few pieces to give it a more hamptons / beachy vibe. So watch this space...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum-I-Am View Post
    These bells are the best thing I’ve purchased. I’ve had a play and put them away for Christmas.

    https://www.tinytones.com.au/product...fdb8e53d&_ss=r
    Ooh! I was strongly considering the pat bells for Christmas. Do they seem sturdy?

    We have a piano for the eldest and I've put away an adorable hape piano for the toddler for Christmas, so it's only fair the little one has his own instrument.

    Did you buy the matching stand?

    This is making me want to start a Christmas thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissTwiggley View Post
    Ooh! I was strongly considering the pat bells for Christmas. Do they seem sturdy?

    We have a piano for the eldest and I've put away an adorable hape piano for the toddler for Christmas, so it's only fair the little one has his own instrument.

    Did you buy the matching stand?

    This is making me want to start a Christmas thread...
    I got the holder as well which I think will make them even more durable but they were pretty strong. So fun to play with.

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