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Old Nov 20th, 2017, 14:53 PM   31
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Well done on being so organised



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2017, 04:02 AM   32
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I am working from home today and the kids are not here as I have workmen coming (if they ever arrive) so I am considering wrapping presents



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2017, 05:29 AM   33
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That's a good idea!



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2017, 06:31 AM   34
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Yeah I just went into the garage it all looks a bit daunting tbh SO MUCH STUFF!



 
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LOL I can imagine!



 
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Old Nov 23rd, 2017, 06:07 AM   36
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So I did manage to start some wrapping and wrapped most of DS presents and also went through the vast amount of packaging & boxes OMG it was crazy no word of a lie huge box loads of bubble wrap and one small car in a box in there

So upon getting everything out and putting into piles I realised that I need to get some more stocking fillers as the ones I got are actually too big for the stocking

I don't want them to have rubbish in their stocking but I want it to be fun little bits so looking for suggestions for a 3/4 year old boy and a 2 year old girl so far I have:

Elliot
- Socks
- Chocolate coins
- Scooter Pull
- Electric Toothbrush
- Avengers Mushem

Izzy
- Socks
- Hair Clips
- Toy Wand
- Electric Toothbrush
- Chocolate coins
- Scooter Pull
- Peppa Pig Mashum



 
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Great stocking gifts



 
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Old Nov 27th, 2017, 06:00 AM   38
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Thanks - I got them both some little peppa pig toys so that is stocking done now

We put our tree & decorations up Saturday in the end we had Christmas music & mulled wine and the children were just SO EXCITED and helped me put the baubles on the tree *which I then fixed as all in one place *

The in-laws were meant to be coming for the weekend but then cancelled and only came Sunday so as we had nothing else to do we figured why not

We did some Christmas crafts on Saturday we made some baulbles and Christmas tree's and glitter pictures and we watched the Grinch



 
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Aww sounds like such a lovely festive weekend



 
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So I am a little miffed by the MIL she asked me what I had got them for Christmas so I told her main presents of a scooter for Izzy and wooden train set for Elliot and she pulled this face! I was like what? She said oh I got Elliot a wooden train set for his Birthday (his Birthday is February!!) I said oh well he will have one down at your house then

WHY oh WHY would you not ask me first and WHY have you got his Birthday present already when you do not know what he is getting for Christmas!



 
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