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superbagpuss Wed 24-Dec-14 18:35:24

toast
mug of tea
haribo
cake
crackers (for cheese but no cheese included)

and 8 carrots for the reindeer

I hope he's hungry

guineapig1 Wed 24-Dec-14 19:26:52

1 carrot ( tbf it is a giant carrot so should easily be enough for a couple of reindeer to snack on)
4 sausage rolls
Glass of port

superbagpuss Wed 24-Dec-14 19:43:38

I have no idea why fc would want a cup of tea but according to my DC its in case he is cold

KittyandTeal Wed 24-Dec-14 19:46:24

Won't the tea have gone cold by the time he arrives? Best leave him some instructions for the microwave smile

Here he's got a mince pie and glass of wine (exactly what my DH fancied funnily enough) from a slightly confused 2yo. She enjoyed sprinkling the reindeer food out though smile

superbagpuss Wed 24-Dec-14 19:47:39

tea was in a thermos grin.

BikeRunSki Wed 24-Dec-14 19:47:56

1 small carrot (only small one needed, as the reindeer will have so many others)
Mince pie
Individual carton of Apple juice
Bowl of oats/glitter reindeer food (DM didn't really want it on her lawn)

HeyMicky Wed 24-Dec-14 19:51:28

Father Christmas has a mince pie (for me) and a nip of whiskey (for DH). Special sparkly reindeer food for the troops

MummyPig24 Wed 24-Dec-14 20:06:48

Glass of milk, mince pie and a carrot.

spinduchess Wed 24-Dec-14 20:09:29

Why have you put out so much?

superbagpuss Wed 24-Dec-14 20:14:39

dh was in charge so they left out a selection so fc could choose what he wanted

Iggly Wed 24-Dec-14 20:15:39

We've got mince pies, milk, carrots and reindoor "food".

Kids are asleep and I'm eyeing up the mince pie.....

spinduchess Wed 24-Dec-14 20:16:47

dh was in charge Say no more! fgrin

fishybits Wed 24-Dec-14 20:19:09

DD (almost 3) insisted on whisky for Father Christmas and refused to leave out a carrot for Rudolph on the grounds that it would freeze so Rudolph has a mince pie and a glass of Ameretto. Rudolph is entirely happy with this arrangement.

Whyamihere Wed 24-Dec-14 20:19:44

Homemade smoothie, 3 mini mince pies, 3 chocolate Santa/reindeer figures and the largest carrot we could find. Dd is 10 and no longer believes but we keep up pretence of it as she doesn't want to let go of the magic.

thatwouldbeanecumenicalmatter Wed 24-Dec-14 20:20:41

DC wanted to leave him a full dinner fgrin

As my electric scales have decided to go on strike (and by that time I'd had enough to be affixing with measuring cups etc) we've decided to leave FC some yum yum donuts! fgrin

TongueBiter Wed 24-Dec-14 20:20:56

We're leaving a mince pie, and carrots in a bag so spiders don't get them ...

furcoatbigknickers Wed 24-Dec-14 20:21:15

1 carrot
A doughnut--forgot yukky mince pie--
Beer
Water
Reundeer food

RayBloodyPurchase Wed 24-Dec-14 20:24:22

Mince pie, glass of milk hmm and a carrot for rudolph.
I tried to persuade DS that Santa might like something harder than milk but he wasn't having it!

disneymum3 Wed 24-Dec-14 20:24:45

A cookie and a Bailey's hot chocolate, a bag of carrot sticks for the raindeer.

RayBloodyPurchase Wed 24-Dec-14 20:26:32

Oh, and we've left the magic key outside so he can get in (no chimney here)

CheckpointCharlie Wed 24-Dec-14 20:30:15

Glass of Sauvignon, two carrots, mince pie and glittery oats, which are also sprinkled liberally out front. DH will have to go and clear them up somehow before bed!!!

Thurlow Wed 24-Dec-14 20:32:45

A cake, a cracker, a carrot. I'm appreciating the alliteration of DD's choices.

NorksEnormous Wed 24-Dec-14 20:34:06

We have left Santa a glass of coke and 4 Brussels sprouts- DS was adamant that's his favourite food!

Nerf Wed 24-Dec-14 20:40:59

An apple, two chocolates, two crackers to pull.

Svrider Wed 24-Dec-14 20:45:00

The lady at the chippy told my 6yo DS that Rudolph likes cheese shock
Luckily had some in!
So Santa now has
3x hob nobs
One slice chocolate cake
2x chocolate fingers
Rudolph has 2x carrots
I slice of cheese

All x3 due to 3 DC grin

Bet DS will make his kids put cheese out for the reindeer

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