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NOW CLOSED: The countdown to Christmas has started - share your best Christmas preparation advice with Nativity 2: Danger In The Manger! There's £100 cash up for grabs

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 07-Nov-12 10:59:41

To celebrate the forthcoming release of the sequel to Nativity - Nativity 2 Danger in the Manger (released November 23 - staring David Tennant and Joanna Page - check out the trailer here) the film makers want to know hear all about your preparations in the run up to Christmas.

So, do you have any top tips for making Christmas run smoothly?

~ Is is best to forward plan or stagger it?
~ Do you have a Christmas shopping list (and do you check it twice?!)? Or do you battle your way through the high street on Christmas Eve?
~ What are your Christmas shopping top tips? What about food shopping (snapped up that Ocado slot yet? wink)
~ Whatever your Christmas preparations involve, we want to hear about it.

Also, throughout November Nativity 2 have a fab advent calendar on their Mumsnet pages, where each day you can uncover a great piece of Christmas planning advice, take part in a Christmas quiz or win a prize.
Take a look at what's behind today's date here: www.mumsnet.com/microsites/nativity-2

Everyone who adds their comments to this thread will be entered into a prize draw where one winner will receive £100 cash in time for Christmas!

Thanks and good luck,

MNHQ

melliebobs Sun 18-Nov-12 20:43:18

Christmas christmas christmas. I'm too laid back and all a bit last minute. And i have DH birthday to contend with on Chrismtas Eve as well. I'd like to be one of these that plan well ahead and start buying bits in October but it's just not me but i don't let it wind me up. I leave it all till december, get as much online as I can, but i make a list and make an night of the late night shopping. Go and get my last few presents and reward myself with a Starbucks after (to me that's a treat!) The Christmas day meal I just treat like my normal roast, it just has one or 2 extra bits. So just get everything in my normal food shop. We don't have a set time for xmas day meal, just go with the flow. Think we had it about 3pm by chance last year.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 20-Nov-12 10:36:22

Thanks for all the comments [tries not to panic about not planning anything yet for christmas] - anyway - am pleased to say ICutMyFootOnOccamsRazor has been selected as the winner of the £100 - will PM you now for your address. Well done.

ICutMyFootOnOccamsRazor Tue 20-Nov-12 20:21:25

Thanks so much! grin grin

I'm really grateful.

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