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Old 12-09-2012, 08:47 PM   #11
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I never get tired of that picture Dave too darn funny!
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:51 PM   #12
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This is a very sensitive subject at our house. Timmy gets the most presents of anyone my daughters are very jealous.
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Old 12-09-2012, 11:07 PM   #13
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already have a new squeaky Hippo for Tillie.
probably another toy and lastly, she'll get a bully stick wrapped in toilet paper and tissue paper ... and that will keep her out of trouble for the rest of Christmas morning.
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:42 AM   #14
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Too funny, Dave - Molly holding court with all her obedient subjects!

Santa's elf has been doing a good job gathering gifts for the boys here too. A new dryer found its way into the house, a couple of mats for their crates, some chew toys, and new Chuck-It balls, and a huge bottle of shampoo. They probably aren't going to be loving the shampoo or dryer so much though!
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Old 12-10-2012, 04:38 AM   #15
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haha..Dave does she have a favorite amongst all those??
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Oh, how I wish Isabelle loved toys. She won't touch them. And, forget anything that squeaks--boring. A tennis ball is a different story however--she has 8 of them. Our golden LOVES toys especially ones that sing. She takes her "ho-ho" (a santa who sings Merry Christmas) to bed with her every night. We are frequently awakened by a singing santa in the middle of the night. So, this year it is another 3 tennis balls for Isabelle but poor Olivia is out of luck. We can't find a singing toy anywhere. She will think we are scrooges.
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They probably aren't going to be loving the shampoo or dryer so much though!
Those are the "naughty" presents!
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ROFL on the singing santa toy. I finally got our singing Santa away this summer from our 7 yr old human twins. I was so done with him.


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Oh, how I wish Isabelle loved toys. She won't touch them. And, forget anything that squeaks--boring. A tennis ball is a different story however--she has 8 of them. Our golden LOVES toys especially ones that sing. She takes her "ho-ho" (a santa who sings Merry Christmas) to bed with her every night. We are frequently awakened by a singing santa in the middle of the night. So, this year it is another 3 tennis balls for Isabelle but poor Olivia is out of luck. We can't find a singing toy anywhere. She will think we are scrooges.
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Ozzie is my only "child" so of course he gets presents!! I wrap everything individually in tissue paper (thats most of the fun right there!) and put it all in a big stocking that he has to unpack. It is a blast to watch!
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This is a very sensitive subject at our house. Timmy gets the most presents of anyone my daughters are very jealous.
yeah Jen ,we went through that with our grandchildren, when they only got three presents and Molly got about seven. lol
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