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Cheeseismyweakness Fri 11-Sep-09 23:23:33

We are attending a close family friends daughters christening in 3 weeks time. Whilst I have asked her to be godmother to our ds (18 months), we are not godparents to her dd; so i don't want to spend more than 20- 30 quid... any thoughts?
Alot of the websites seem to be filled with naff tat.

gingerbunny Sat 12-Sep-09 01:42:31

some one got my ds1 a beautiful silver plated me to you bear bubble blower. it's very unusual. we reLLY LOVE IT

PortAndLemon Sat 12-Sep-09 07:48:14

We're going to a christening tomorrow and have bought harback copies of the Helen Oxenbury-illustrated edition of Alice's Adventures In Wonderland and Alice Through The Looking-Glass together with Blueberry Girl.

jumpyjan Sat 12-Sep-09 08:04:48

I agree a nice book that she can keep. DD got the complete Beatrix Potter collection in one book that comes in a lovely box.

Knakard Sat 12-Sep-09 08:13:01

For christnings we tend to get a £25-£30 clarkes voucher for first pair of shoes, always been very greatfully recieved.

bluejeans Sat 12-Sep-09 08:16:04

Hungry Caterpillar gift set unfortunately out of stock at John Lewis but might be available elsewhere?

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