Childrens Activity Books

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    Mrsg2b2011

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    Hi ladies I was chatting about this to a couple of ladies on another thread. I have made some activity books for the children coming to my wedding one for boys & one for girls. I only done them in powerpoint presentation but if anyone wants me to email them over to them private message me your email & I will forward onto you.
    I haven't actually printed them off myself yet so not sure how they will turn out but your more then welcome to have a copy if you want. xxx:)
     
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    I got them already :lol: they are fab!! Thank you
     
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    No probs hun, really glad you are pleased with them :lol: xxx
     
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    What ages are they suitable/aimed at, hon?
     
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    From suppose about 3-11 or 12ish. They are mazes & dot to dots etc. I will be giving Ryan & hos cousins one each & they will all be 2. Will be well proud if he can do it LOL but am thinking they will proabaly just be happy to scribble on them xxx
     
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    Darn, that's a shame! I've got a 21 month old and an 18 month old coming (and a 6 week old). Have got crayons and colouring/scribble books already but think i'll get a cuddly toy for each. We also have a little surprise something for the 21 month old (she spends quite a bit of time here) and the 18 month old (who lives in London with her mum, one of my best friends) apparently loves cats - much to her mums disgust, so I thought i'd print out some pics of our cats and put them in a plastic photo wallet type thing so she can look at them like a book, cheap and cheerful!
     
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    What a good idea! Must be the age Ryan is 18months today & LOVES cat's & dogs. Infact everything is a cat at the moment lol. It is hard knowing what to do when they are 18months as they love to scribble but not do activities as such xxx
     
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    This is it! Luckily it's only really for the wedding lunch which isn't going to be hours and hours anyway but I still want the kids happy so that their parents can relax a little easier too! I'm sure it'll be fine. Izzy, the 21 month old calls all cats Kafka as that's what her cat at home is called....only recently has she started saying Fudge, which is one of ours!
    Happy 18 month birthday Ryan, big kisses! xxx
     
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    Ryan will send big kisses back in the morning! We have his photo tomorrow for his cherub photoshhot. Basically pay £25 when he was 6months have a pic taken then another pic at 12 months & one more at 18months & you get it in a little leather album that can be stood up to show the diffence in that time & all for just £25, can't believe its his last one seemed like ages away when he had his 6month one!
    Today we had a lolly each then afterwards made a snowman & a penguin on each stick!! I know its July lol but had to improvise as had black pom poms & white cotton wall & not much imagination lol. He enjoyed it though all though I think I secretly enjoyed it more than him :D :lol:xxx
     
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    I've sent you my email Rach if thats ok. I have 9 children at my wedding ranging from Alfie at 20months to a 14yr old who I appreciate won't enjoy the activity book as shes far to cool for that!! Thanks hun xxx
     
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    Lol she might do it secretly when she thinks no one is looking lol B)xxx
     
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    Lol! She might 'help' her younger cousins out!! They are fab btw, thanks you xxx
     
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    i have sent you my email if you dont mind. there are going to a lot of 2-5 year olds
     
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