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To ask for Christmas present advice (yes I know it's still November, sorry!)

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Bearcats Sun 20-Nov-16 19:40:36

One of my good friends had a baby girl earlier this year. She's the first in our group of friends to have a baby and this is her first Christmas!

I want to get her something special for Christmas, maybe something personalised but doesn't have to be.

What are great Christmas presents people have got your kids? I want to make sure it's something they'll love!

Chocolatecake12 Sun 20-Nov-16 19:53:11

Babies first bauble for the Christmas tree?
The first Christmas book - nice if they're religious
Other nice Christmas board books
Toys for the next stage - wooden toys that last

GreenTureen Sun 20-Nov-16 20:00:25

My sister gave me an ornament - a glowing fireplace with stockings hanging over it, with each of our names on...I love it, but it would probably be better as a pre-christmas gift. Bit like this:

winterisnigh Sun 20-Nov-16 20:01:45

op there is a special christmas topic, just in case you dont get much help here.

SophieStew Sun 20-Nov-16 20:02:12

A really nice soft blanket with their initials or name on?

elQuintoConyo Sun 20-Nov-16 20:07:57

Do you have or could you get hold of a photo of parents plus baby together? You could have a xmas tree ornament made with it. I make such things but cannit advertise on MN grin plus i've only made them for friends.

The Night Before Christmas book?

LightsLoveLaughter Sun 20-Nov-16 20:09:39

A personalised my first Christmas babygro.

You can get them on eBay.

Bearcats Sun 20-Nov-16 21:50:15

Love the night before Christmas book idea!

Thank you all for suggestions so far!

Lesley1980 Sun 20-Nov-16 22:25:00

I was given Christmas glass tree bobbles that are really nice & used every year. It has a picture, their date of birth, weight, time of birth & name. I think it was £20-25.

Barmaid101 Sun 20-Nov-16 22:45:43

My dd got given a lovely snow globe, also something like cuddle cube from the cuddle company

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