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What's on your child's list for Father Christmas?

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LadyMaryChristmas Sat 24-Nov-12 16:49:06

Ds is too old and I really loved this part of his childhood. sad Help to cheer me up, what have yours asked for? smile

D0oinMeCleanin Mon 26-Nov-12 09:11:30

dd2's said "Deer Santer, all I wont for crissmas is a laptop wiv moshee monstis and evreething onit and a soh"

Dd1's was normal. The same things she asks for every year in the same order of importance

1) A poodle or a chihuahua - a puppy would be best but Santa can rescue one if he wants to.
2) A ipad
3) A kindle - I want the fire one now.
4) Books by - she wrote an author name but I can't remember it
5) Lemony Snicket books
6) If you get me present 2 or 3 then you could download 4 and 5 and they would be cheeper.

LadybirdsAreFab Mon 26-Nov-12 09:11:15

My 3.6 DD has asked for

A piggy bank
Gold pixie dust
An inflatable dolphin
A Barbie House (but means any dolls house or farm house)
Playmobil farm shop.

Marne Mon 26-Nov-12 09:05:06

Last year i asked dd2 to write her list, i came back down stairs to find she had written it on the wall in marker pen grin.

Marne Mon 26-Nov-12 09:04:05

Dd1- skylanders, more skylanders, harry potter, nerf gun, trash packs.

Dd2- lego duplo zoo, moshi monsters, hello kitty, Mr Men.

2muchxmaspud Mon 26-Nov-12 08:54:06

altinkum thanks for that. A strimmer would be fantastic as he walks around with a bit of train track pretending ots his strimmer. Where can I get these from??

DewDr0p Mon 26-Nov-12 00:02:58

My 3 have asked for...

Ds1 (8) iPod touch
Ds2 (6) camera
Ds3 (5) it's not in my head yet grin

2 years ago ds1 asked for a folder... How times have changed!

voddiekeepsmesane Sun 25-Nov-12 19:40:38

Just sent santa list
DS(8) had

Kurio tablet .....Father Christmas has got a tablet but not a silly kiddy one
BMX bike ...will be birthday prsent in June when he can actually get outside to ride it!
Kiddizoom Camera...he has a REAL camera and dosen't use it!
Some kind of fantatsic scooter ....has 3 in the shed already!
Finally spynet video watch and glasses ...yeah right at the silly price they are at ...I think not!

bangersnmash Sun 25-Nov-12 19:30:08

Dd1 aged 6 has asked for

Dinosaurs - but friendly ones that don't eat each other.
Felt tips

Dd2 is only 1 so DD1has decided she needs a toy to sit on with wheels .

olibeansmummy Sun 25-Nov-12 18:54:10

Ds (3) has asked for:

A Jessie that talks (from toy story, he got buzz and woody last year)
A lego aeroplane
A purple bow for mummy.

Bless him, I might have to get the bow as he really thinks I'd love it smile

BeaWheesht Sun 25-Nov-12 18:15:14

Ds (6)

Batman stuff
Spiderman soot
Pengwin (think he means from batman but can't be sure)

Dd (2)

A bounce????

Doobydoo Sun 25-Nov-12 17:17:37

DS2 IS 5 AND AHALF/...aPARROT {will have a chatimal one...which is fab/and cheaper!]


Star wars and batman everything

Paddington books

A scooter

altinkum Sun 25-Nov-12 17:07:05

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

hels71 Sun 25-Nov-12 16:11:57

DD is 5. She has asked for a hula hoop, some jelly babies and, if it's not too much, a chocolate orange as mummy won't buy her one....I think she will be happy on Christmas day!

TheReturnOfBridezilla Sun 25-Nov-12 14:42:20

Three trains. grin

Dontbugmemalone Sun 25-Nov-12 14:36:50

DS (4) also wants most things advertised on tv.

He's asked for:
Vauxhall astra, like daddy's. A real one though, not a toy.
A dummy and a book about a dummy for his brother.

I think he'll be happy with anything,I hope smile

Ummofumbridge Sun 25-Nov-12 14:25:17

DS (16) boy computery stuff, a £1000 pc (hollow laugh)
Dd1 (14) clothes, CDs, make-up, trainers
Dd2 (9) UGGs, Lego with people, pink laptop, phone, clothes, things for her little sisters smile
Dd3 (2) everything that is advertised on tv. But particularly a peppa pig tree house and a Thomas railway.
Dd4 (1) whatever dd3 gets.
The littlies both love dolls and I managed to get a cheap 2nd hand rocking horse that I know they'll love! They're a lovely age. They're so easy to please. The others are lovely kids but they don't get much during the year so save up wish lists for Christmas and their lists are usually expensive! They won't be getting all the things they ask for.

neverquitesure Sun 25-Nov-12 14:14:58

DS (4): HotWheels. When prompted whether he'd like something else he pondered and replied "more HotWheels"
DD (2.5): A purple present. When asked what she'd like inside her purple present she said "a blue present"

What they will be getting:
DS: HotWheels, a big tank that I told him was too expensive large for FC but managed to find on eBay, meccano, rolobox kit, diecast planes, my little pony princess, toy sweet shop that I asked FC for damn near every year but never bloody received and Lego Friends.
DD: Moxie girlz doll & horse, tool kit, geomag, my little pony figures, doll, k'nex, Hello Kitty Unico (Duplo-style) stables to go with her massive Duplo collection and some play food boxes/cartons.

They'll also get a small gift from me and DH.

DesperatelySeekingSedatives Sun 25-Nov-12 09:29:26

DD aged 5 has asked for:

an ice cream maker
a milkshake maker
a lollypop maker
She wants to open a shop apparently.
she's also asked for a sylvanian family bed for her 40 odd SF people.

she's getting the ice cream maker (real not toy) and some SF things. She will not get the lollypop maker as the only one I could find was made by the same company that makes the chocolate coin maker. and we have a blender already so she isn't the milkshake maker.

And she is not opening a shop right now. She says she will when she's grown up and done all her learning at school. I'm happy with that smile

She tried to use DS's list to wangle some barbies out of FC as she wrote it for him hmm canny madam.

DumSpiroSpero Sun 25-Nov-12 09:23:56

Top of my 8yo DD's list is 'Adopt a Snow Leopard' from the WWF fund.

DH is not impressed because he suspects (probably quite rightly) that she wouldn't be remotely interested if it didn't happen to involve a cuddly snow leopard toy.

I know he is right but I'm wavering tbh, although between us and her grandparents she's getting spoilt rotten this year.

Also, Build a Bear clothes & mini bear, Paper FX, books, DVD's & chocolate.

2muchxmaspud Sun 25-Nov-12 09:22:28

Yes we have a bucky for DS, Im itching to get it out the box to try it! He loves pirates aswell. The only downside to it is it only comes with a jakefigure, DS wants Hook and Smee so we're going to have to buy them seperate. I think for the price of it, it could have had at least Cubby and Izzy. Well said the companies know what they are doing.

CharlotteBronteSaurus Sun 25-Nov-12 09:19:13

dd1 (5.8):
"A Christian Cross necklace" (we are atheists but Jesus is her latest craze)
"A Cuddly Unicorn just like the one I saw in the charity shop on holiday" (WTF?)
"Some perfume of my very own"

dd2 (2.0), very loose grasp of Christmas:
"Christmas cake"

buzzgirly Sun 25-Nov-12 09:14:09

My 4 year old dd has been asking for a pink horsie for months, it is actually a barbie horse that walks by itself. She informed me last night that she would like a skateboard too.

DS will only be 11 months so I'm sure he will just enjoy trying to eat the wrapping paper, however dd informs me that he is getting a pirate ship from Santa!

Anythingforabitofpeace Sun 25-Nov-12 08:40:19

DS has asked for quite sensible suggestions compared to some on here! He's 3.8 and would like a Bucky ship from Jake and the Neverland Pirates and a big buzz lightyear with 3 buttons on his chest.

Dd has nothing on her list because she's only one but DS keeps suggesting items for her that are too girly for him.

2muchxmaspud Sun 25-Nov-12 00:42:37

<<a chainsaw>>

In his defence he sees daddy cutting wood for our fire and thinks daddy is some kind of power tool god.

<<currently have toy chainsaw hidden>>
Just know all other presents will be of no signifigance once he unwraps it. His presents are mainly role play including a tea set and more pretend power tools.

madbengal Sun 25-Nov-12 00:34:52

DD 11 has asked for a guitar, lego, anything Justin Bieber and anything One Direction

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