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Christmas Day dilemma

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mogs0 Wed 22-Dec-10 22:24:28

Ds and I are spending Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at my Mum's house.

For Christmas, he's having a Wii game and a PS2 game (both on his list). He's also getting a mountain of other things from FC, me and the rest of the family.

I'm wondering whether I should take one or other of the consoles so he can try out his new games or let him wait until we get home on Boxing Day.

I also have singstar games which are always entertaining after a few too many drinks aswell as just dance on the wii which is highly amusing to those who are watching also good fun grin.

I see pros and cons to taking one or neither.

Any opinions?!

KangarooCaught Wed 22-Dec-10 22:29:56

Imo, wait til BD, otherwise it can be anti-social for him to be glued to a console. If you do take one for you to play on later, you might have to limit the time he's allowed to play.

BelligerentYhoULE Wed 22-Dec-10 22:32:48

Well, the Wii games would be good for everybody to join in with, so that might be a good idea.

I've bought the dds Just Dance and a singing one , so I'm glad to hear that they're fun.

mogs0 Wed 22-Dec-10 22:33:56

Yes, that was one of the cons. Although, one of the games is DJ Hero (PS2) and might be quite good fun to watch the older family members having a go!

mogs0 Wed 22-Dec-10 22:34:47

The singing ones are fantastic! I have them for the PS2 but I'm sure the Wii version is as entertaining.

cat64 Wed 22-Dec-10 22:35:19

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mogs0 Wed 22-Dec-10 22:39:57

He's 8, there will be 9 of us (ds being the only one under 30yrs!), there are 3 TVs, we'll be there from Christmas Eve until Boxing Day.

Part of me thinks it might be quite useful when everyone (except ds) is ready for a post-Christmas-Dinner-nap - is that wrong?!

cat64 Wed 22-Dec-10 22:46:19

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