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24-May-2020 20:37

Xx My little boy is 6 my hubby thinks I go overboard last year he made me count them to try and shame me , he had 56 presents I don't stick to a number but I generally go for the wow factor for wen my little boy walks down the stairs xx My little boy is 6 my hubby thinks I go overboard last year he made me count them to try and shame me , he had 56 presents I don't stick to a number but I generally go for the wow factor for wen my little boy walks down the stairs xx Haha I did this for my eldest daughters second Xmas, even I admitted it was overboard, it filled our living room haha.

I've only bought them 15 each this year but they all amount to quite a lot of money. Xx I tend to be more minimalist, I have to rein my husband in when it comes to presents!

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It's not like I lavish them with gifts throughout the year and get the bare minimum for their birthdays! My girls are only 4 and 5 at the minute (or will be at Xmas) and instead of spending a set amount on them both I just buy them the same amount of presents because they don't understand what money means at their age but will see if one has one more present than the other.

Hope you've all nearly finished I have but I'm due baby number three (last baby) in January so like to be organised.

I do want the wow factor and could spend more but I don't think it'll make him any happier and my house will be even more cluttered.

I make sure they have the same amount of money spent on them so its fair as my parents did for us, they know some presents cost more than others so it wouldn't be fair for one to get an extra present to be equal that could be a lot more money towards their presents than the other.

If something cost more I would make it equal and spend more on the other too.

I know some say that would be impossible/buying junk for the sake of it but there is at least 100 worth of extra stuff each i had to take off the list as it was too much to get it all so im never short of ideas! Everyone has different ideas of too much/not enough but they're just opinions do what you feel is best for your children!

I don't stick to a set amount of presents, xmas 2013 ds had 50 presents, I won't even say how many he had last year because people will make horrible comments which I can't be bothered with, but it was a lot!

I do want the wow factor and could spend more but I don't think it'll make him any happier and my house will be even more cluttered.I make sure they have the same amount of money spent on them so its fair as my parents did for us, they know some presents cost more than others so it wouldn't be fair for one to get an extra present to be equal that could be a lot more money towards their presents than the other.If something cost more I would make it equal and spend more on the other too.I know some say that would be impossible/buying junk for the sake of it but there is at least 100 worth of extra stuff each i had to take off the list as it was too much to get it all so im never short of ideas! Everyone has different ideas of too much/not enough but they're just opinions do what you feel is best for your children!I don't stick to a set amount of presents, xmas 2013 ds had 50 presents, I won't even say how many he had last year because people will make horrible comments which I can't be bothered with, but it was a lot!With presents from grandparents and their one auntie it adds up and they have a good stack each Don't count but that's the standard and I budget too. I think I've spent around 2000 My partner and mum says I spoil them and I'm making a rod fpr my own back but I don't think I am.