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we are probably buying nothing. We have zero money and will probably just barely make bills this month. We have heard that a group at P&G will be adopting our kids this year so I wont know what they are getting until a couple days before christmas
We bought a giant set of Peek A Blocks for Milo (with accessories) off craigslist for nearly nothing. Hey, we'll just have to take it all out of the box, anyway, right? Someone on CL also decided to "pay it forward" and gave us some of her son's toys that were in really good shape for Milo for Christmas. I actually braved Black Friday (late in the day) and spent very little for some Play Doh sets for Kannon and a Bakugan set. I didn't even know what those things were. We hit the Target 90% off after-Halloween clearance to pick up a few stocking stuffers (including candy, Halloween-themed and not) and a couple of Skelanimals. Kannon LOVES Halloween, and he has asked for Halloween-related things for Christmas. We've picked over the Target $1 items, too. LOL
We bought Carrie playdough tools... (it's got like cookie cutters and the thing that makes spagetti), a look and find book (sheloves to flip pages) and SweetPea3, MP3 Player for Kids (she loves music, can't work it yet, but she'll get there) and new jammies.
We did Christmas with our families already (so that we could celebrate at the house) and she got those big legos, a doll, couple cell phone like toys, books, and some other stuff.
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