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Onlyhappywhenitrains Sun 07-Oct-12 20:53:09

So far ds (3.4) has got:

Cherry the bloody cat (not its official name)
Large orchard toys jigsaw
Fireman Sam rescue village playset - against better judgement but was half price at Argos.
Orchard toys game
Imaginext batmobile
Small hotwheels set
Play doh dentist set
Hama beads set
An elc nuts and bolts car

And his stocking stuff. Will probably get him a few books too. He wants the imaginext batcave but that might have to wait for his birthday now. Cherry the cat is top of his list. I managed to get it a bit cheaper on amazon.

GhostofMammaTJ Sun 07-Oct-12 21:40:18

Space man outfit for DS. Action figure set for DS.

Book with cut outs for DS and one for DD.

Laptop for one of them, have to get the other (second hand).

Two dresses for DD.

A learn to tell the time watch for DD that I bought for her for last year but could not find, I hope it turns up.

No idea what else I will get but a lot of it will be through ebay.

Petsinmyputridpudenda Sun 07-Oct-12 21:42:44

Ds1 (10)
Lego millennium faclon
Lego log cabin
Lego create robot
Amazing puzzle ball thing
Lego ideas book
Paper plane kit
Origami kit
Diary of a wimpy kid 3 DVD
Plus a stocking

Ds2 (2)
£70 worth of train stuff from big jigs, track, buildings, pumps trains ect
A bruder digger and crane
Peppa pig dvd
Thomas umbrella
George pig top
Plus a stocking

the kids rarely get stuff throughout the year And I save up all year.

monsterchild Sun 07-Oct-12 21:46:13

It's not even Halloween yet!

So nothing so far.

girliefriend Sun 07-Oct-12 21:49:44

shock at how much some of you have got already!

Thought I was doing quite well as dd (6yo) has got lego plane, a couple of books and some aqua beads (someone on here recommended them!)

Will get her few more bits but there is ages to go yet!!!

Waitingforastartofall Sun 07-Oct-12 21:53:01

Ds a pillow pet, horrid henry DVD set, batman figures, imaginext batcave, skylander giants, playmobil advent calendar ( out of Christmas budget) not really sure what else to get so scoping out the bargains.

I've got everything but the chocolate coins!

I had been buying bargains as and when I spotted them thinking I'd just get a few bits early but I somehow managed to buy everything.

musttidyupmusttidyup Sun 07-Oct-12 22:01:02

onlyhappy i got the batcave on amazon recently for £38 for ds1.
Play doh dentist set looks fun -was thinking for ds2. (nearly 4) but will it be a play-once-then-gather-dust toy?
Ds2 bday is 28th dec so struggling with what to get him.... Any ideas gratefully received.

musttidyupmusttidyup Sun 07-Oct-12 22:03:48

I've got:
Batcave for ds1
Imaginext aircraft carrier bought bargain last yr and stored in loft for ds2
2nd hand micro scooter that I'm buying the obar and seat for for dd.
Charm bracelet chams for goddaughters.
Pandora charms for me grin
Wtf am I gonna get DH?

lecce Sun 07-Oct-12 22:24:45

Ds1 (5)
Leappad (old kind)
Playmobile pyramid (ebay bargin)
Playmobile safari jeep
Globe projector thing - educational toy - dh's one idea!
Couple of jigsaws including Ancient Rome jigsaw book
Several books
Captain Barnacles blanket

Ds2 (3)
Loads of Brio track, engines and accessories from Ebay
Pirate ship playset
Crayola Penguin doodler thingy
chef set thing
Several jigsaws and books
Thomas bicycle bell

All the main stuff is done except I want to get them a toy shop to share and a playdoh set of Ds2 as he loves the stuff. I am also awaiting the Sainsbury's sale in case any of the water-friendly Octonauts stuff is in it - will be getting them a set each. Other than that it's just stocking fillers.

acsec Sun 07-Oct-12 22:31:43

So far for DSS, 8, we've got:

Ultimate Band Wii game (£1.25 on amazon?!)
Super Scribblenauts DS game (£4.40 on amazon)
inflatable globe
Ninjago Lego kit

Going to get him some slippers, dressing gown and a Diry of a Wimpy Kid board game, then little bits for stocking and we'll be done.

He would really like a bike but we live in a flat with no storage and the sheds keep getting broken in to, so he'll have to wait until we have a house. Also, he got a scooter for his bday which he "really realy" wanted and yet rarely uses.

bluecarrot Sun 07-Oct-12 23:23:42

Nothing yet. And its her birthday in December too. Keeping it v light this year though - mainly "experience" gifts like entrance into the zoo, cinema tickets etc. Need to work out how Santa can arrange these things when not all the places do gift vouchers, and how he will write them in a calendar...(hoping one outing a month, and stuff we might poss have done anyway) Shes 10 this December so this will be her last santa year.

attheendoftheday Sun 07-Oct-12 23:44:55

I have got dd 17 months:
An aquadoodle
A fisher price garage
Some in the night garden figures
A little bench to hammer pegs in
A couple a Julia Donaldson books
Some playdough
Some meg and mog books

I had got her a plastic tea set and a peg puzzle, but have given them to her early blush.

I've got some little plastic animals and vehicles to put in her advent calendar too.

xMinerva Mon 08-Oct-12 01:17:55

Ds1 (3yrs)

A pink digital camera (£10 eBay 2nd hand)

Ds2 (2yrs)

Nothing.

Just moved to other side of the world so trying to get sorted here before I start on Christmas presents.

MooseyMoo Mon 08-Oct-12 07:00:23

DD (2.5): ELC mini kitchen, apron, Charlie & Lola puzzle, Charlie & Lola bookset & CD, doctor set, wooden trainset.

First time i have done a Stocking (which I need to buy!): magic flannel, bubble bath, Disney princess mini library, Wallace & gromit DVD

Cost £65

DS (11months, 1st bday in nov)
Pop up tunnel & tent, Tomy Squeaky Eggs, chuggington mini library, ELC mini robot

£28

HSMM Mon 08-Oct-12 07:09:36

DD (13) ticket to see Coppelia ballet.

ginmakesitallok Mon 08-Oct-12 07:10:57

Nothing yet -it's only October! DD2's birthday next week, DD1 birthday at beginning of November. I will start considering Christmas after then.

InMySpareTime Mon 08-Oct-12 07:14:29

I've been picking bits up in charity shops or book people all year, DS (11) and DD (8):
Rugby boots
Rugby top
School blazer
6 books
2 DVDs
So far that lot came to about £30, and should be most of their presents.

MySecretSelf Mon 08-Oct-12 07:51:03

DS (4):

Imaginext Batcave
Imaginext Gotham city jail
Batman costume

There's a bit of a theme here...grin

I've also got some Usbourne See Inside books, junior monopoly and some hot wheel cars.

Himalaya Mon 08-Oct-12 07:54:10

<la la la. Fingers in ears> nothing.

pumpkinsweetie Mon 08-Oct-12 07:54:50

My lord you have been busy op.
I haven't even made a dent in Christmas yet.
The only thing i have bought so far is a tablet for my dcs to share.
Making a proper start at the end of the week when i have more cash, very cash strapped at the mo!

Coffeeformeplease Mon 08-Oct-12 07:59:43

Nothing. I bough the first Christmas present yesterday, for my sister (tool kit grin)

We have one birthday in November and one in December.

Coffeeformeplease Mon 08-Oct-12 08:01:18

bought

OptimisticPessimist Mon 08-Oct-12 08:23:29

DS1 (who will be 9 the week after Christmas)
Portable DVD player
Mario remote control car
New Pokémon DS game and a Dr Who DS game
My parents have got him the full box set of Sarah Jane Adventures

DS2 (5)
DS
Bag for DS
2 games for DS
A couple of Transformers
My parents have got him a car mat and looking for some cars to go with it

DD (3)
Ikea kitchen - will be getting various bits to go with this
Justin Fletcher CD
My parents have got her a Jessie doll
Still to add a VTech camera to this

They've each got a jigsaw and a couple of packs of books from the Book People as well. The boys are pretty much done and I just need to get these last bits for DD. I prefer to get it all done and out of the way as early as possible.

InMySpareTime Mon 08-Oct-12 08:28:04

I'm feeling a bit stingy now with my bargain Christmas, but last year they were unreasonably pleased with pencil cases, and a bit non-plussed by the second hand Wii confused.

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