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Stocking fillers

on November 28, 2010

Here’s what’s going in our little ones’ stockings this year:

A home-made Waldorf baby doll and carrier sling each, if I get them finished in time…
A balloon each
A banana, satsuma, piece of pear-and-rye bread each
Chocolate coins – one bag between the four of us
A piece of Haba pretend food each, probably a muffin or berry of some sort
A matchbox car each – Nutmeg likes cars just as much as Froglet does!
A bracelet for Nutmeg, which Froglet will help me choose.
An umbrella for Froglet, for walking to kindergarten with
A mini-archaeology kit (semi-precious stones to dig out of a block of plaster)
A spoon with a coloured handle each. We’re always short of spoons.
A blank mini-sketchbook of some sort each, so we can start having family drawing time as suggested in this post from The Green Parent.

This year our stockings are also our main presents, because we know we’ll get lots of things from the grandparents.

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