Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Day 9 of 12 Days of Christmas


We're coming to the end of this 12 Days of Christmas giveaway feature as there's now just the 4 prizes remaining.


You know the drill by now, entries close at midnight and tomorrow I'll use Rafflecopter to select a winner (once the entries have been validated) and will then email them for address and what number they would like to pick from remaining prizes.  Parcels will be posted to the winners twice weekly, Saturday's & Wednesday's.

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35 comments:

  1. My parents, brothers and I used to always go to my grandparents for Christmas day to open our presents, eat Christmas dinner, etc. but this year we're completely changing it as they're coming to us!

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    1. Ooo enjoy, I do miss the whole big family Christmas

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  2. Not so many at the moment as most of them evolve around food, so had to put them on hold for a bit. I do love going for a walk though and greet the deer.

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  3. Only ever cook turkey at Christmas.......is this a boring answer?

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  4. Thought of another one.......we open presents under the Christmas tree after dinner is eaten and cleared away! Too many years if working early's for the NHS. Kids grew up doing it that way and still don't want to change!

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  5. Yes, every Christmas is pretty much the same each year. We celebrate, eat and open presents at our house, watching Donald duck and dancing round the Christmas tree. :)

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  6. Not really it's usually the same year after year but as my Mum passed away just before Christmas last year things will never be the same

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    1. Know how you feel Julie, the first Christmas & birthdays are always so hard and they'll never be the same but you do try to get through the day for everyone else. Massive hugs to you x

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    2. Thanks Sharon as it happened so close to Christmas last year and I felt so numb it feels like this year is the 1st Christmas without her again but you are right we all have to carry on X

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  7. We have a lot of traditions. A great favorite is opening up one gift each on Christmas eve.

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  8. Yes I still fill four stockings with smellies,socks and chocs for my kids even though the oldest is 26 and the youngest is 16 !! The best thing is though they still love it xx 😉

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  9. Only tradition we have is since my Dad passed away we start drinking at 10am haha! That was the time he always called us on Christmas Day morning and we would open our gifts whilst he was on the phone so 10am is always Dad's time even now hes not with us X

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  10. We host a big family Christmas dinner at our home on Christmas day for many years now so it's kind like our own tradition. We see relatives that are staying far from us and it's a really happy day for us :)

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  11. Me and my brother open our presents from each other on Christmas Eve :) so cute and we do it every year since we were little xx

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    1. We used to do the same thing too but my brother is now overseas

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  12. No traditions , we just go with the flow !

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  13. We celebrate Christmas each year with my "aunt, uncle & niece" (my dad's best friend from school) at a cottage in the south of Belgium with lots of Xmas music, lots of food and a disgusting amount of xmas presents ;-)

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  14. Lots of strange & silly ones, Chinese takeaway and Maltesers Christmas Eve, Beef not turkey on Christmas day and no sprouts

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  15. We like to open a present on Christmas Eve and save the remainder for the early hours of Christmas Day. On Christmas morning we always have a breakfast of smoked salmon,scrambled eggs and muffins!

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  16. We always have a full English on Christmas morning :)

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  17. We go to mass on Christmas Eve and open present when we come home

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  18. Every Christmas Eve I sit with the kids in new pjs watch elf and have hot chocolate

    Kay panayi

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  19. We always make our Christmas cake in my nans mixing bowl. It was something i made with her every year and it brings back good memories as well as making new ones with my daughter

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  20. Not really, we just go with the flow. Lx

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  21. Making Christmas cookies with my mother and watching Christmas movies with my sister!

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  22. not really, im always up before everyone else and end up waking everyone else up as im more excited than the kids usually. no idea why as me and my husband dont really bother getting each other anything as we try and have a week away on our own in January. we do all our family visiting before Christmas day. on the day itself we usual spend it with our close friends and get together later on in the day and have a few drinks and laughs.

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  23. Ever since my son was tiny we have watched the Tom & Jerry 'Night before Christmas' episode on Christmas Eve .. once we have seen that it truly is the season :) x

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  24. we always have a swim in the sea on Christmas Day...Brrrrr

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  25. We cover the door of the living room in wrapping paper so that the kids have to jump through it in the morning to get their presents!

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  26. Don't overly have traditions for anything let alone Christmas

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  27. We always go see a Pantomime on Christmas Eve

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  28. We always watch Santa Claus: The Movie on Christmas eve

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  29. We usually go to a Christmas Eve market every year, I love the atmosphere there and we usually bag some late Christmas bargains.
    Amanda.

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