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So she already has a million toys so I don't know what to get her. I don't want to waste money but I want her to have presents to open Xmas day. I was thinking maybe usuable things or keepsakes, maybe santa themed plate and beaker or toiletries and baby biscuits? Maybe a "my 1st xmas" photo gift? Any suggestions welcome 😀

Tasha042
over a year ago
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hspexy

I have given this Winnie the Pooh keepsake box a few times as a gift, and the parents have always seemed happy with it

https://www.latestdeals.co.uk/deals/disney-classic-pooh-keepsakes-baby-box-compartments-amazon

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Tasha042

Oh wow that's gorgeous ❤

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hspexy

Tasha042 that’s usually people’s initial reactions when they receive it. I guess Winnie the Pooh is popular 😊

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Jamala

Quite honestly it's not really worth it. They won't remember and don't really care at that age. If you want to - what about a nice money box - something she can have for years. Put a couple of quid in and then she can put her own pennies in when she is a bit older.

My Mum has given her seven great- grandchildren one of these, each have their own design and they love them.

http://www.celebrate-yourway.co.uk/ourshop/prod_6362348-Butterfly-moneybox.html

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Johnny

What a lovely idea. A really good one I think👍😊

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AgnesFaludi

Sensory toys

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Lynibis

Nothing lol. She won't know the difference, put some money in a savings account.

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Tasha042

Yeah that's what I want to do but I don't want my 3year old to think Santa's forgotten her sister 😂

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Lynibis

Good point.

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Painkiller

I got my nephew this musical soft ball for his first Christmas;

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OZEW6RM

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jojowane67

i always opened my kids a bank account n put them the same amount of money the other kid or kids have in money x ... my frineds say something wear something they need and something they want sx n then the bits u usally get them x theyve always dont that .. im terrible i start in june n just keep buying n they are 23 n 26 x its stupid x i looked in sons sack yes sack for a 26 yr old hes got 7 shirts n im taking good makes a pair of converse 2 jeans a new watc h for work .. always done him and his girlfriend a huge hamper with all their toiliteries in .. n get a basket and wrap in cellophane n they say its the fav pressies coz i put everything u can think of xx i wouldnt go overboard love its silly wen they young x save it for when they older xx

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Johnny

Not necessarily just for Christmas, but I think a nice present for a new baby that will become a treasured heirloom is a personalised baby plate.

Usually people put the baby’s name, date of birth, time of birth, weight and hospital on their plates.

It’s a lovely way to record some of the little details that may get forgotten over time.

Can you remember what time you were born, what day of the week, and how heavy you were?

Something like this from John Lewis costs £35. Image

https://www.johnlewis.com/search?search-term=personalised+baby+plate

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