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    I got a boxing bag and gloves and after spending a few days in the puppy discussion it has helped dramatically

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    birthbay is it

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    Yeah she had a huge smile on her face the whole time, my other daughter was so loud, every present was "look mum look!' and then telling me what It was.
    I loved watching them open everything especially when they saw the Barbie house I got them that was taller than both of them! lol

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    The kids were spoilt Rotten.. & my daughter is 4 on the 27th so have even more stuff to come!
    you're daughter and I share the same birthday!!

    I got a Pandora bracelet 7 charms on it, love it!!
    I got some money for our upcoming holiday
    i got the pink funhouse dvd
    i got "active' for the wii and the accessories


    OH got
    5 tickerts *him and 4 mates* to the cricket in jan in WA
    1 ticket to the cricket at th MCG (part of our holidays)
    a usb VIP thing for metalicca (die hard fan contemplating going over to prague)
    wii resort
    a necklace from miss T

    Miss T got too bloody much to list LOL
    but chloe was our present to her (family one at that lol)
    a trampoline
    a scooter
    ds games galore
    a dancing matt game
    a raptor dinosaur thing
    a talking scooby do
    4 scooby dvds
    2 bindi dvds
    cars, chocolates etc
    and a suitcase filled withe verything she'll need to go on holidays plus the tickets etc (which was from santa and us this year and she had no idea we were going)

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    I got 3 Pandora charms
    2 jigsaw puzzles (one from my mother and one from MIL)
    a Teddyscare doll
    a fairy statue table
    a food hamper
    a set of 4 ramikins
    a chinese serving dish
    a photo of my god son
    a set of teatowls

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    We are actually doing our family Christmas tonight, when my son, his wife and 3 kids arrive and my other son comes too.

    I received a skirt that comes with it's own DVD to show you 100 ways to wear it, lol
    My neighbour knows I am never without a book in my hand and gave me a small beanbag book holder, can do it on your lap, a table which holds it up and has an adjustable perspex bar to hold the pages.

    To me, the greatest gift was from my closest friend of over 30 years who was Down for Christmas. Mother of "OUR" daughter, Amy, whose place we were at for lunch. Her mother and I were alone. She took a ring she always wears from her finger, put it on mine. She told me it is so she can be with me constantly through what is to come. I am to give it back when I hit remission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    We are actually doing our family Christmas tonight, when my son, his wife and 3 kids arrive and my other son comes too.

    I received a skirt that comes with it's own DVD to show you 100 ways to wear it, lol
    My neighbour knows I am never without a book in my hand and gave me a small beanbag book holder, can do it on your lap, a table which holds it up and has an adjustable perspex bar to hold the pages.

    To me, the greatest gift was from my closest friend of over 30 years who was Down for Christmas. Mother of "OUR" daughter, Amy, whose place we were at for lunch. Her mother and I were alone. She took a ring she always wears from her finger, put it on mine. She told me it is so she can be with me constantly through what is to come. I am to give it back when I hit remission.
    What a lovely thought from your friend Di.

    Very interested in the skirt with the DVD, How can you possibly wear a skirt 100 different ways, the mind boggles LOL

    GSD, so sorry you didn't have a happy Christmas, hope things are better today , sorry getting my threads confused, that was in the chat thread LOL

    I didn't get much for Chrissie, we agreed this year that the kids would get their presents as usual but with regard to presents between me and the OH and from the kids to us (which we mostly have to give them money and help them chose the gift anyway) I suggested this idea. We each had to donate an hour of our time to the other person. Over Christmas dinner we told each other what we were going to do for the other. I got:

    1 hour undivided attention from my OH (no computer, phone, tv), if you knew my OH you would know how much that means LOL

    My 17 yr old son said he would come body boarding with me as I love it and he never usually comes. It'll be lovely to have him there to hopefully enjoy it (even if he doesn't he HAS to pretend he does, it's MY present LOL)

    My 14 yr old daughter is giving me an hours peace and quiet while she looks after her 5 yr old brother. LOL

    The only 'real' present I got was a silver necklace with a little dog on it from my sister, lovely.
    Last edited by Tkay; 12-26-2009 at 11:43 AM. Reason: Getting threads mixed up Duh!
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    I love those kinds of presents, TK. Hubby got some vouchers from my "daughter, Amy. They included a 10mnt foot massage, shoulder massage and stuff like cleaning a bathroom, the kitchen, cooking a meal etc as he has to do some of that stuff atm. He loved it.

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    Yeh, I think it was you who gave me the idea on here. I couldn't remember who it was so many thanks for the inspiration
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    The son of the "comfortable nursing home" voucher from a few years ago will be here with my grandies in a few minutes....WOOOOOOHOOOOOOO

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