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post #1 of 85 Old 11-14-2012, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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Whats Santa bringing to your kiddos?

It's time... Ugh, I hate shopping!

Scouring the internet for deals for this year! I don't have a CLUE what to get DD. I got her a Nook AND a horse last year so not even going to try and top those! She's 7, got nephews that are 12, 2, 2, and 3.

Any idears? Wanna post deals you've found?

Zulilly is good for family kids, good deals on there but make sure you watch shipping dates closely!

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post #2 of 85 Old 11-14-2012, 11:52 AM
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Well since you got her a horse, what about things for that horse? Like new halter or brush set or something?
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post #3 of 85 Old 11-14-2012, 11:56 AM
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Ugh...

Santa hasn't gotten a list here yet and she circled everything in the toys r us big book so I have no clue what santa will be getting her aside from a new american girl doll. From us was a trip to FL a couple weeks ago and we're taking her on her first cruise to St. Thomas/St. Kitts/St. Lucia/Barbados for spring break.
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That would be good ND, but she's got all the bling sparkle purple stuff for him that I can handle, poor Cowboy, should have renamed him Glitter!

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I have no idea what Santa is bringing to our house. I hope its a fat bank account and a slim body for me. Last year he must have confused the two.
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The entire extended family and us are buying each of my girls an ATV.

A bit crazy but both of our girls currently drive my Polaris 700 which is NOT safe as if they rolled it, they would most likely not survive. I need mine for plowing snow, hauling hay/feed and so forth, so trading it in for a smaller ATV isn't an option.

The girls have proven that they safely stay at 5mph or less on mine and have only had the keys confiscated for fighting over it, not unsafe or stupid use of it.

So helmets and ATV's it is. They are getting 125cc ones that have racks (since I DO expect them to haul feed/water out to their animals) and speed control (act like a maniac and they'll find it only goes 2mph! HAHA).

DH already built them a dirt track (they think it's for me and my ATV) so this should be fun. If nothing else, I am thrilled that I will no longer go outside to feed pigs and see MINE 80 billion miles away because the kids went for a joy ride!
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Don't know what i am getting my boys from Santa, other than a toy or two. they don't really NEED anything other than clothes so they are getting boring clothes from mom and dad lol
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Well, my kids are my horses hehehe. I'm going to spoil them(more than I usually do) for Christmas. I was thinking of doing stockings for each of my boys. Customized halters with their names on them, new lead ropes, millions of treats, some new brushes and hoof picks, oh and more treats. And of course some santa hats or reindeer antlers to have a photoshoot of course
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DD is simple - she has decided what she really wants is to be able to attend a vet camp at Purdue next summer, so we are saving towards that instead of spending on gifts...though "Santa" may still have to bring a couple of things for her like the turquoise coat from TSC and some goodies for Aero
DS - he is a Lego genius, and has his eye on a couple of really neat sets. He REALLY REALLY wants a go cart, but I may hold off on that until his birthday since it isn't something he could really use at Christmas time anyway.
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In my next life I want to be your horse Kay! Mine are just going to be fed.
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