I usually say £200 is the limit. Spent a little bit more last birthday as she had a big party but not much.
However that includes things like a day out for her birthday or a party and includes santa presents at Christmas. She doesn't have a lot of family so other than me she gets presents from my mum, grandma and sometimes a present from my brother and sister and that's pretty much it.
we dont really have a set amount, it depends on what they have asked for, for example last year Dec was 9 and we spend about £150 on him but the year before he had a massive party, with a magician and dj, we spent £200 alone on the party then maybe another £100-£150 on gifts. I think as long as they get something they have asked for it doesnt really matter how much you spend on them
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