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    I've got mine a massage chair, 2 boxes of toffees out of thorntons, 2 CD's, some Liquorice Allsorts (childhood favourite), some slippers (because I'm sick of her walking around the house in flip-flops) and a Perfume gift set thing (which I've accidentally dropped down the stairs twice ...)

    It took me two and a half hours to wrap it all so she better hadn't rip them open too quickly... I'll make her savour it.

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    I know it sounds like a lot, but she never usually gets much and she gets me and my sister loads...
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    A card and flowers to put on her grave. :sad: Christmas number 3 and still it feels so so wrong.

    Anybody know when it gets easier?
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    A cardigan and a scarf. Nice ones though, haha.
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    (Original post by Ice_Queen)
    I bought a Pandora charm for her bracelet. She is getting the bracelet itself as a present from dad so we are all buying her charms that represent all of us. I got her a little owl with some books
    Awww!
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    A few nail varnishes, some exfoliating body butter stuff and something else that I've forgotten...hmmm!
    If you're really struggling to find something she might like, you could give her a gift card for boots/the body shop/whatever shops she likes buying from.
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    Some leather gloves (surprise), some mascara for eyebrows from MAC that she asked for specifically.

    I bought my dad loads more lol.
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    Shoes
    T shirt
    Sweets

    Going shopping for a few other bits tomorrow
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    Dove bodycare gift set, was about £15. My mum's into that though, yours may not be.
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    An espresso/latte machine plus some fancy cups to go with it.
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    well, i am going for a surprise surprise for my which i am going to give her a beautiful sari which is chiffon. and real gold put on that.
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    (Original post by bwfcboy93)
    Her birthday's on Christmas as well so 1 book for christmas, and 1 for her birthday - Alexander McCall Smith's "corduroy mansions" and Madhur Jaffery's 'Easy Curry' cookbook
    Your sig is superb.
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    A coffee maker and a few books.
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    A poetry book called Nox by Anne Carsons, the latest QI book, a sudoko book (hate them, but she doesn't) and some chocolates
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    A rampant rabbit :p:
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    Take that CD...my Mum has never quite got over the fact that Robbie called her gorgeous once.
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    (Original post by EskimoJo)
    A card and flowers to put on her grave. :sad: Christmas number 3 and still it feels so so wrong.

    Anybody know when it gets easier?

    puts it all into perspective so take note peeps!

    a big hug from me xxxxxx:hugs:
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    scented candle
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    The things I got her are quite impersonal but she doesn't ever give me any suggestions and she's so fussy. I really wanted to get her an antique, but I couldn't find anything decent, so:
    2 DVDs (Eye of the Needle and Glorious 39) and a some Dove moisturiser.
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    Shes always cuddling up to a blanket, so Ive bought her one of those 'slanket' blankets with arms, oh and some chocolates too =]
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    Seeing as there is a thread for mum's Christmas gifts I thought it was only fair we share what we have got our dads.

    I have got mine 2 Chocolates that are in the shape of his motorbike, A solar Powered charger for his MP3 and a bag of chocs and sweets he likes.

    What about everyone else?
 
 
 
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