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(8 Posts)
oddsock Tue 09-Sep-08 14:21:31

Would you like it if someone bought your baby a personalised Emma Bridgewater mug for a present?

Not for a young baby, nearly a 1 year old.

Don't know what to buy!!

SoupDragon Tue 09-Sep-08 14:24:44

I've bought aluminium letters as christening presents. Just one for the baby's first name.

oddsock Tue 09-Sep-08 14:27:29

Why have I never seen this website before? (flexes credit card!)

Thanks Soupdragon, just want some ideas of something a bit different

PigeonPie Tue 09-Sep-08 14:29:15

DS1 (2.10) has used the Bridgwater mug he had for his Christening for his hot 'bubbly' milk for months. I love it and it makes drinking a warm drink special.

SoupDragon Tue 09-Sep-08 14:30:20

I've pretty much bought up everything I want from that site

(if you like classy christmas decorations, I can recommend the beaded snowflakes and beaded chain in the sale section Not for a christening present but should you happen to be paying P&P anyway...)

PigeonPie Tue 09-Sep-08 14:32:22

I often buy Wonderful Earth by Mick Inkpen and Nick Butterworth too.

oddsock Tue 09-Sep-08 14:33:00

Exactly....would be a waste not to pop a few more things in the basket! Now, how much canI spend before the school run?!

Ta PigeonPie, that was my general idea (my 2 have specialhot drink mugs)and the designs are quite cute on the little ones

Hulababy Tue 09-Sep-08 14:38:49

I bought my godsoon a Wheelybug toy earlier this year. Went down well.

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