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How does Santa bring Presents to your Little Ones? Community Ideas!

Santa bring presentsHow does Santa bring presents to your little ones?

Do you leave a sack at the end of the bed? Does Santa leave them in a sack under the tree? Are all presents wrapped individually or not at all if all in a sack? Do you also have a stocking? What goes in the stocking?

Who are your presents from? Santa, Mum and Dad or some from both?

Do you leave carrots, cookies & milk for santa & his reindeer? DD is 2.5 this year so want to really start a couple of traditions

  • Sack at tree presents unwrapped (kids get cluey about wrapping paper use ) wrapped presents from mum & dad under tree. Thinking of buying mine a chissy decoration each year too.   Jade
  •  Carrots & milk out put the pressies in the lounge. That way I can hear them before they start ripping into them.   Danielle
  •  I plan to do what my mother did with us. Cookies and milk left out for Santa and we used to make a little mixture of oats and glitter to sprinkle on the yard so the reindeer could find our house. Individually wrapped pressies under the tree as well as wrapped pressies in a sack just outside our bedroom door. Sometimes if we got big presents (like a bike) we would have to follow a piece of string from our room, around the house until we found our prize. It was so much fun!!    Zoe
  •  Small stocking of unwrapped treats/toys/books. Wrapped toys under the tree. Santa also uses a different wrapping paper to everyone else. Last year as it was very hot and milk might make him feel sick he got a zooper dooper and a bottle of wine to give to Mrs Clause. Will do more as he gets older such as movies and carols.    Kai
  •  We have Christmas traditions galore in our house The kids choose a new decoration every year (we started a birth although they didn’t choose then of course) that they feel is ‘them’ that year, 12 nights before Christmas (including Christmas eve) we watch a Christmas movie/tv show together before bed, we go to carols every year – when it comes to Christmas eve we do bikkies and mil for Santa, carrots for the reindeer, a special ‘key’ for Santa (we don’t have a chimney), the kids put out their stockings (which Santa fills with a mixture of small wrapped pressies, unwrapped pressies and treats) and bigger pressies go wrapped under the tree unless they are larger items like bikes etc.   Renee
  •  Sack under tree.   Bec
  •  Santa presents are on a lounge in the lounge room unwrapped (that’ was the best when I was a Little girl cause we could have a sneak peak early in the morning than went back to bed until we were allowed to wake mum and dad). Then with just a little stocking it’s filled with lollies and little bits and pieces like hair bands ect. And we leave milk and cookies out for Santa.    Carla
  •  We wrap all presents individually and place them under the tree Christmas Eve after kids have gone to bed also leave a carrot out and take one bite for each reindeer and also have a glass of drink for Santa and a biscuit or whatever we have In the house at the time.   Jessica
  •  I leave a stocking at the end of my children’s bed with a few small toys and some lollies. Then under the tree i have the other presents all individually wrapped. We usually make some cookies and leave a couple and a glass of milk out for Santa and a carrot for his reindeer to share.    Laura
  •  We leave presents under the tree coming up to Christmas and then on Christmas Eve Santa leaves unwrapped stuff in each of their stockings (usually he puts them on their chairs at the dining table because we have animals) he also sometimes puts other presents on the table or chairs for them. Usually he wraps them and just puts their name in big thick black pen on it. He always uses the same wrapping paper for all his presents for that year. It might change the next year though but each year he always wraps EVERY present the same. Santa also always makes sure he brings something for all the kids to share like a board game or something.  We also put out either milk or a beer and cookies or fudge for Santa and a carrot for Rudolph. Santa usually munches on the food and drinks most of the drink. Rudolph is always mess with his eating and leaves chewed up carrot all over the front porch.    Jordana
  •  All presents are wrapped individually under the tree and cookies and a beer left over night, my son was 2.5 last Xmas and that’s what we did. No presents came out till Xmas eve though.    Rebekah
  •  We put DDs Santa sack in her room where she can see it when she wakes up but not on her bed as it may wake her during the night and we do not wrap presents from Santa in the Santa sack.    Kayla
  •  Santa leaves a sack full of little wrapped gifts under the tree. He uses special wrapping paper. Daddy and I buy the big gifts and Santa gives lots of little ones. Last year Santa got left a can of Bundi and some carrot for his reindeer. The reindeer left sparkly magical footprints outside where they landed and they were messy eaters and left carrot pieces.    Melissa
  •  Santa presents are in the lounge unwrapped so if they get up early they can have a play while we get up/ready/coffee. Then we have a stocking which is filled with small wrapped items like bubbles, stickers etc and then some larger wrapped things from us under the tree. Usually leave biscuits and milk for Santa and carrot for the reindeer.    Kay
  •  Santa Sacks are left under the tree and Santa doesn’t have time to wrap all the presents for all the children of the world!! We leave out Carrots and a bucket of water on the front path for the reindeer and Cookies and a nip of Scotch (Santa’s favourite i hear!) for the Big Man. In the morning the water bucket is always empty, the carrots are just stumps and all that is left of Santa’s snack is some crumbs and an empty glass. I assume Santa and his friends enjoyed it as much as my girls do.    Katie
  •  Santa sacks put under the tree Christmas Eve for Santa to fill up once the kids have gone to sleep. All the presents inside wrapped. Plus something from mum and dad too.   Michelle
  • For those that wrap & write on tags, can I please just say make sure you choose different wrapping & use different handwriting. Sounds like common sense I know, but Santa was spoilt like this for me when I was about 5 or 6.    Leanne
  •  I solved that problem by telling my kids early on that Santa had the parents help him. He lets Momma wrap the gifts and signs the tag because she likes wrapping.    Whitney
  •  I write on the tags from me and dad, and use one wrapping paper and Santa’s tags are written by dad and always use a wrapping paper with Santa on it.    Ca
  •  Presents from Santa come in Santa paper and a Santa gift tags, and hubby writes on santa pressies.    Rebecca
  •  Santa stocking no wrapped. Santa brings all mum and dad give none but master 5 knows Santa rings mum and dad and asks what we would like to give him and asks us to tell him if he has been good or bad! My family has done it like this all our lives.   Deborah
  •  Everything wrapped, even the small stuff in the stocking because wrapping paper is fun!    Sarah
  •  I leave some unwrapped and in a stocking and some wrapped. Depending on size and what the present is. I do a little from Santa and lots from mummy and daddy but Santa always gets them one big present mummy and daddy lots of big presents. This yr they are getting a joint painting and black board white board present that will be unwrapped with a message from mummy and daddy lots of luck to their daddy putting it together Xmas eve there is 1000s of pieces so. I think we should get the thanks for that one.    Tammy
  • I have 6 kids they all get 1 wrapped present from Santa ( hubby and I both believe it’s not fair Santa gets all the fun ) then they get a present from each sibling and one from Me and hubby. In their stockings they get undies a DVD this year they are getting a video game each (older ones any way) plus books in the stocking and a small collectible toy.    Kylie
  •  Santa presents come unwrapped in a sack, presents from Mummy come wrapped size allowing, and any big presents just get big bows.   Megan
  •  Wrap unless it’s something big like a bike & some presents from me and some from Santa (the cheaper presents from Santa cause I don’t want him to upstage me and because Santa has to be able to get presents for all the kids around the world)   Kelly
  •  We don’t do Santa. As we keep it about Jesus being born. However, the kids still get a sack with surprise gifts at the ends of their beds and they are allowed to open them first thing. No waiting! All wrapped too! Then we open presents together, one at a time around the tree. Daddy has the honour of handing them out and we all make sure that each person is thanked and hugged for the gifts. We have five kids, so they give each other a gift, one each from us parents and usually a shared gift or two. That means that they all have about 7 gifts each. We encourage personal or handmade gifts a lot too.    Rebekah
  •  I wrap because its not Xmas without unwrapping. I have a stocking for Santa to put presents in and outs on their own. We give the kids the big things and Santa gives smaller so when money is tight we’re not explaining why Santa has backed off.    Nicole
  •  We don’t put a from just a to on ours. We do stockings for all 4 kids cause where else do you put all the tasty treats. We wrap everything, every kid gets their own paper.   Amanda
  •  Stocking (some wrapped) and 1 under-tree-present from Santa; rest from family; under tree ones all wrapped. Love Christmas!   Monique
  •  One present from Mum & Dad, the rest from Santa. All wrapped under the tree. Puts them into his sack after opening them. We put a few little things in his stocking – lollies usually, or a very small toy or christmas decoration etc.   Nicole
  •  Unwrapped from Santa in the sack lots of little things also school stuff for the following year. A few wrapped presents from mum n dad.   Spiken
  •  All wrapped up in a Santa sack from Santa, none from us.   Erin
  •  Presents from mum and dad wrapped under the tree. Santa leaves presents unwrapped in a sack or two or three…… Big presents like trampoline, swings etc come from mum and dad. We feel that our child needs to know that mummy and daddy work hard to purchase these gifts.   Michelle
  •  i completely wrapped my daughters bike last year, lol. i used 8m of paper and two rolld of tape, and she had an absolute blast unwrapping it! (You could tell it was a bike, lol)   Martiiqua
  •  I wrap all presents but I wrap 1 gift from Santa in different paper. They also get a stocking with small presents and sweets.    Deborah
  •  Unwrapped this year because you can’t wrap a trampoline.   Katrina
  •  When I was young we had Santa sacks each and stockings with chocolates then under tree were ones from each other and relatives if any. We got one present the night before, new pjs to sleep in that night.   Rachie
  •  Leanne, couldn’t agree more! I get a friend to write a little message from Santa in a Xmas card and attach to present and Santa present gets wrapped at a wrapping booth, with special paper and a giant bow. Don’t want to spoil the magic.   Sharon
  •  All the bells and whistles and Santa does his own presents. and so do mummy and daddy.  Deedle
  •  All presents are wrapped and all from mum and dad. We have the Christmas story about Jesus and that he is the Christmas present from God and that we give presents because God gave to us.   Tiff
  •  All presents usually get wrapped unless it’s a bike or something alike, no sack, and socks/jocks and a small toy in stocking.   Ashley
  •  Santa ones not wrapped and the ones from us are wrapped..   Alex
  •  Everything is wrapped and is from Santa.   Brooke
  •  Unwrapped from Santa in a sack and wrapped presents are from Mum & Dad.  Milissa
  •  We wrap all pressies and Santa sack is from Santa, any bigger items from mum and dad.   Jess
  •  Wrap. Santa brings 1 present each.   Teresa
  •  This year Santa is bringing a whopper outdoor playground for our boys looks like 8 of Santa’s elves r going to be needed over 16 hours of assembly….. thank god for Santa huh:-p and mummy n daddy a giving books clothes n a couple of small toys for under the tree in their Santa sacks.    Kat
  •  We wrap all pressies . More exciting to open presents and we have sacks too Santa has diff paper that we must stash and dump …Karen
  •  Wrapped!!!!! No doubt about it!!!   Cassie
  •  Wrap, all go in Santa sacks as we have 3 Christmas’s at family’s houses so makes it easier, they are labelled from Santa or from mum and dad. Big presents from us little bits from Santa.   Gabby
  •  Santa’s presents (that fit) go in the sack. All gifts wrapped. The rest under the tree.   Dana
  •  Wrapped. No Santa. Her older brother is figuring out that Santa isn’t real and we aren’t going to do Santa with her.   Kimberly
  •  All presents are wrapped and put under the tree and they are all from mum and dad except for one special gift that Santa brings and it is put up on the fireplace where the milk and cookies were left and they are always unwrapped, I don’t make a huge deal out of santa so they aren’t disappointed later and I want them to understand and appreciate the effort we go to so that they have a lovely Christmas. They both get stockings with books, cars, bubbles, socks, jocks ect in them.   Casey
  •  All presents wrapped….stocking present from Santa…tree presents are from family and friends as Santa can’t hack the work load these says x    Lynne
  •  Wrap, under the tree plus Santa sack. They all say love Santa. Bubba will only be 2 days short of one on Christmas day so I dont think it matters yet.    Gayle
  •  Presents are wrapped from us and from Santa. I think it’s more exciting opening one by one.   Carmen
  •  We have Santa sacks full with little bits and bobs unwrapped from Santa then a bigger share present and a few wrapped things from mum/dad.   Marnie
  •  Wrapped and some from both. Stockings once she’s older.   Lisa
  •  Will be doing wrapped and stocking.    Shana
  •  Wrap and are from Santa.   Lisa
  •  A assemble where possible and wrap assembled.   Sian
  •  We wrap all presents and put the smaller ones into a stocking. We do presents from both.  Laura
  •  Wrapped and in stocking! For first time ever it will be from mummy & daddy. Plus of course Santa will drop some off.   Rachael
  •  I wrap presents, unless they’re really big, then they just get a bow and a tag. They also have a Santa sack each From Santa and Mum, but mainly Santa, just the bigger things from mum.   Cassy
  •  My children have a Santa sack with wrapped presents from Santa, then a couple presents wrapped under the tree from mum and Dad.   Samantha
  •  1 present and stocking fillers from Santa, one present from mum and dad. Stocking fillers can include but are not limited to- video games, clothes, shoes, wind up toys, jewellery, books, bouncy balls, toy cars, DVDs, candy canes… Just bit and pieces that can fit into a stocking!!!    Alison
  •  My daughter ‘writes’ a letter to Santa and asks for something she particularly wants, and he generally delivers that (in some way, shape or form, she’s asked for some vague and/or obscure things so its a surprise as to how he will interpret the request at times lol)’ plus a few chocolates, board game and a couple of other bits and pieces. Mum and dad give a pile of lovely new books and something more practical (this year I think we are getting a nice rug for her bedroom) We haven’t wrapped presents from Santa before but think we might do some of them this year (she’ll be 4.5).   Sarah
  •  My mum went all out for us. We had a present from each family member, a huge sackful from Santa and at some point she started putting a little stocking at the end of our bed and we could open that one (full of little things like make up, scrunchies etc) by ourselves when we woke up to keep us going til the time we were allowed to wake up mum and dad.    Salleigh
  •  Everything wrapped. Santa uses different paper and gift tags and handwrting to us. Santa presents go in a sack, except we have a third child now and only 2 giant sacks, can’t find giant ones anywhere.   Salleigh
  •  Some from both. Santa uses different paper. Yes there’s a stocking. Santa presents go in the bedroom( if they fit), family presents under the tree.    Kara
  •  Santa – bag + out if they don’t fit; unwrapped. Santa sack – from Santa, small fillers. Mum/ Dad -wrapped under tree.   Yasmina
  •  From Santa unwrapped at bottom off bed/in room. From family wrapped and under the tree. Always more from the fam than from Santa.    Stacey
  •  ‘Santa’ gets mine a small present unwrapped but I normally tie a ribbon around it and leave it on their bed and I wrap all the presents from mum and dad and they get a stocking with whatever I can get to fit in it and I do use Santa sack and sometimes I will leave a couple of things unwrapped in the sack but not much.   Joanne
  •  We get the big present & Santa does a big stocking some wrapped some unwrapped!!!   Abby
  •  We wrap presents from hubby and I but leave Santa ones unwrapped and just put a note in plain paper on the present itself “For Noah, from Santa” in fancy pants writing.   Cassandra
  •  Pretty much all wrapped, each child has its own wrapping paper. The bigger stuff are from mum and dad and under the tree, each has a handmade Santa sack that gets filled with little stuff and one or two medium presents, dvds etc. These go in the lounge room.   Stacey
  •  All presents are wrapped and under the tree and all presents are from Santa. (Unless they are from my mum/nan/hubby’s family)   Shea
  •  Santa wraps the presents and each child has different wrapping paper. Think it would spoil the surprise if they could see them as soon as they walked in the room.   Jamie
  •  My boys both get a Santa sack with presents from Santa – these are left at the ends of their beds and everything is wrapped. Under the tree is wrapped presents from mum and dad. I also want to start the boys buying each other a gift for under the tree maybe this year or next year.    Alice
  •  We give one present from both daddy and me and then one present from Santa. If we have the money some little things go into a stocking each. I’m thinking of doing the 25 boxes this year and starting a tradition where each box has a little something in it that we all can enjoy… trying to get my traditions set before baby no 2 comes.   Raquel
  •  We grow up with 1 form mum and dad, big ones under tree and a Santa sack full of little odd bits a pieces, everything wrapped and this is what we will be doing for our bubbas.   Chloe
  •  Santa brings their stocking and 1 big present each from Santa this year it’s a kitchen for my daughter and leap pad for my son and one big present between them (pirate ship water table) then the rest are from us.  Kathryn
  •  Usually from both and they get a present from each other but this year it will be all in 1 present… Lol.   Sheree
  •  I grew up with a Santa sack so this is what I will be doing with my LO. last year he was only a couple of months old so this year will be fun. He will also get a gift from mum and dad.    Rebecca
  •  But bday month before so keeping xmas to a small amount.   Marie
  •  Wrapped, 1 gift from Santa, and has a Santa sack too.   Marie
  •  I used to have all wrapped and from Santa but have older children as well as younger ones so Santa sack and rest from family.   Karen
  •  I wrap all the gifts expect for a few small things to put into a stocking. They all come from Santa.   Michelle
  •  Santa’s present is left unwrapped but put in a stocking (unless too big, then gets sat under the stocking. Presents from Mummy are wrapped.   Katy
  •  Wrapped, all wrapped. Santa brings just 1 present. And then Mum and Dad give presents together.   Donna
  •  Main present from mum and dad. Santa sack presents are unwrapped and it’s from Santa.   Tanya
  •  Santa presents unwrapped, and some in stocking, presents from us (mum & dad) wrapped & under the tree. That’s how we had it done when kids.   Malinda
  •  I had one from Santa and the rest from mum and dad to explain the inequity of how many presents were delivered!!!   Jennifer
  •  All wrapped and I’ve personalized the stockings.   Vernazza
  •  I wrap everything even stuff that goes into a stocking. Stocking is just for small stuff. Only 1 or 2 from Santa but we both pick out what we want to give so it’s from mum or dad.   Krystal
  •  I do pressies from me wrapped and under the tree and then a Santa sack with unwrapped gifts. Santa sack is from Santa, wrapped are from me and family. We get to open one on Xmas eve, their choice so long as it’s small, from under the tree then Santa sack goes in the room/end of the bed. Last year my oldest woke at 1:45am, saw her sack and laid there staring at it till the sun rose around 5am!   Lucinda
  •  Our first Christmas with our babe. I have one rule: 3 gifts from mom and dad (that’s what Jesus got) Santa may bring one and family members can do what they will.   Stephanie
  •  We do a mix of both families traditions. All prezzies are wrapped, and come from Santa, but we have explained to our son that we give Santa the money to get all these cool things, so he knows that there are no prezzies directly from us as we pay Santa! He has a small stocking on the end of his bed he can open as soon as he wakes with small prezzies, and a sack under the tree for all the good stuff, which is opened after everyone, gets up. Works really well and he always gets spoilt.   Stacy
  •  Everything that fits in her little stocking is from Santa, this year she’s getting a bike too so i think I’ll put a pretty bow on it and that can be from Santa as well, then all the bigger things are from me no idea what happens at her dads house though lol.   Tiana
  •  Nice doona cover Melissa Lewis I have the same one.    Sarah
  •  Wrap all presents even the little ones put in stocking all presents are from Santa except one big present each we put from mum and dad just so they know we buy them a pressie and as they get older they don’t expect everything from Santa.   Nicole
  •  Everything wrapped and in a Santa sack. All from Santa except one present from Mum and Dad which is a new outfit to wear Christmas day.   Samantha
  •  All wrapped and from Santa, love Christmas, can’t wait!!!!   Raelene
  •  Everything wrapped… Each year we swap who gives the big present to the kids this year mummy and daddy are giving lots of little presents and Santa is giving them the big presents… First time with stockings coz we will have a real fire place to hang them on.   Suezette
  •  All wrapped some from Santa and some from us. No stockings.   Megan
  •  All wrapped and put in a Santa sack. Looking at getting personalised stockings for my family this year as well. Mum and Dad always give the biggest and best present, followed by smaller ones. Santa usually gives one “good” present and numerous small presents.   Natalie
  •  All wrapped. Santa has his own paper & they go in the sack. Then one each from us, although this year it’s a cubby house so will be a joint present & not wrapped.   Tracey
  •  Wrapped from mum & dad, unwrapped from Santa (he usually leaves the bigger toys) & unwrapped in Santa sacks & stockings.   Jacinta
  •  Wrapped from mum and dad. Unwrapped from Santa. Santa doesnt have time to wrap.   Elsa
  •  I don’t write on my children’s Xmas gifts, never have. I buy sticker templates from Office Works and I make my own little name labels for my 3 children only.   Michelle
  •  Wrapped and stocking. We open pressies from mum and dad on xmas eve and Santa ones on xmas morning.   Trisha
  •  Wrap all of them some from Santa some from mum and dad ! Lollies and treats go into our stockings !   Nic
  •  Last Christmas we had a 29 weeker in hospital. I was determined to give him a proper Christmas. We purchased all his presents and wrapped them, to take them to hospital and unwrap them with him! Completely no surprise in what each was!    Zoey
  •  We wrap just because it’s always fun ripping open the paper don’t use a Santa sack but have a stocking and gifts are from Santa and mum and dad one special one from mum and a special one from dad.   Ruth
  •  Ok we wrap the presents from us mum and dad under the tree the kids also have a Santa stocking where the presents in there are unwrapped and from Santa.    Jayde
  •  All presents wrapped. The ones from Santa are put into a Santa sack, the ones from mum and dad just wrapped under the tree. Any big ones that can’t be wrapped…are usually wrapped or hidden under sheets.   Ca
  •  Some from Mum and Dad, some from Santa, all wrapped. Santa types gift tags, as he gets a cramped hand if he has to write billions of them, and he uses brightly coloured paper that’s different from what Mum and Dad use. We hang stockings, and Santa always puts underwear, chocolate, and a couple of goodies in them.   Melanie
  •  All wrapped some from Santa and some from us little bits and pieces in sack.   Grace
  •  All wrapped. We do a big present the night before from us. Last year it was a dolls house and train tracks then all the little ones are in the Santa sacks try to average 80 for each so maybe 3 bigger things or more smaller it’s so easier ill go crazy and spend heaps.   Ruth
  •  Some unwrapped in his Santa stocking and 1 or 2 big presents wrapped under the tree from mum and dad.  Arija
  •  We have a stocking and wrap. In the stocking is just fillers little things from Santa go in our stocking. And presents are from both mummy and daddy and Santa but majority from Santa.   Karlie
  •  Wrapped, except large items like bikes and swings etc which get a bow. Santa brings one present per child and usually a shared between the three (trampoline, swings, kiddie pool etc) Mum gets the rest. We have stockings (Made by Nona) which have small unwrapped things like match box cars, lollies, lip gloss etc.   Sharon
  •  All of the above to make it extra special.   June
  •  Wrap from parents. In a santa sack from santa presents from both.   Amy
  •  Wrapped and say from mum and dad, but then some wrapped in a sack and say from Santa, and stockings with little gifts and chocolates.   Eisha
  •  All wrapped, some from Santa, some from Mum (dif paper/handwriting!) Chocolates and small things like bracelets in the stocking Though this year (she’s not over my shoulder so I can say) Santa is bringing a swing set so that won’t be wrapped haha.   Sophie
  •  Wrap all under tree from santa except one and a stocking with candy and little gifts. On Christmas Eve they get to open one gift and its new Christmas pjs to wear to bed!   Jeanine
  •  All presents wrapped, except when we need to build big something the night before, then it just gets a big bow. We have a stocking too usually filled with bubbles, colouring in books, books, crayons etc… Just little nic nacs. And presents are from both mum & dad and Santa. I find myself writing from Santa on majority until I realise then I write from us lol.   Biance
  •  I put small presents wrapped in a homemade Santa sack and the biggest presents wrapped under the tree. I write that they are from Santa as it is all in fun and some from mum and dad.   Sonya
  •  Everything wrapped kids love opening presents!!! And only the big things are left unwrapped and only little things in the stockings the rest all over the lounge room floor in Santa stockings and about half from mum and dada and the other half from Santa and bikes or anything like that already built.   Caitlyn
  •  I’m a little OCD so ours are wrapped in a different paper for each person. They have pretty bows and tags from whom they were given. Each person has their own pile and their stocking sits front and center so they know it is theirs. Gifts come from D&M or Santa. They wake with a new stuffed animal in their arms from Santa each year as well.   Whitney
  •  Wrap and all from mum and dad no Santa.   Julie
  •  Unless it requires assembly and is big it doesn’t get wrapped. The other gifts are wrapped as for the stocking it generally contains some milky ways, bangles, matchbox cars, some of the Avon roll on soap, and its the item that the bigger kids that love that one, sometimes socks and jocks, and something for a laugh. Gifts are from Santa mum and dad.   Janice
  •  Wrapped from mummy and daddy. Assembled and unwrapped from Santa. Plus stockings for everyone.   Teagan
  •  Santa displays unwrapped all over the lounge suites and Mum & Dad’s pressies are wrapped under the Christmas tree.

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