CHRISTMAS: Presents From My Family

Hey Guys!

Hope you all had a lovely Christmas time with you friends and family! I did for sure, sorry I haven't posted anything for a few days but it was the first time ever, I think, that I didn't feel like I needed to, I just wanted to stay with my family and soak up Christmas as it goes so quickly and I didn't want to miss any of it!

I've really been enjoying everyones Christmas gift hauls, especially on YouTube, so I thought I'd try to get a blog post style one up for you. I think is ridiculous that it's gotten to the point where I have to point out that I am not doing this to brag, but obviously, I'm not, I just wanted to share with you all what I got!

I'm going to start of with what I got from my family, I might do a seperate haul to show you what Andrew and his family got for me, so this one isn't too long.
I was so lucky this year considering I didn't want anything at all. My main present from my parents and grandparents was money. As I said before, I didn't want anything in particular so they decided that the best thing for it was to give me money which I can save it until I want something special! My mum put it in a little gift box and wrapped it up for under the tree, so I still had something to open!
Next up were all my little stocking filler bits, I actually picked out a lot of them myself. I went shopping with my mum one day and she wanted to make sure I got things that I wanted so just let me picked whatever I liked!

Lets start with the clothes. I chose 3 crop tops, surprise surprise. Two velvet ones from Primark and a teddy bear texture jumper from H&M. I've wanted the velvet ones for ages but have never seen them anywhere so when I spotted them, I knew they would be perfect for Christmas.
I also got some little make up bits from Primark and Barry M. I picked some pretty polishes and the make up bag whilst the eye liner was a little surprise that my Dad chose.

This was something that I felt like I might need, but I wasn't sure so I went for the cheapest choice possible. My laptop died this year will all of my music. That wasn't such a problem but I am worried to add any new songs on, so instead of risking all my old music, I thought I'd just get a cheap MP3 to put some new songs on!

and lastly, if you know anything about me, you will know that we eat a lot of chocolate. So this was obviously going to go down well!
And those were all the lovely presents from my parents! I love them all!

I've decided that I will do a seperate haul from what Andrew got me, so watch out for that on a day or two!

Have you done a christmas haul? Link it below! I'd love to see!


  1. I haven't done a haul, I never remember until I've put everything away! I love your crop tops! x

  2. That make up bag is gorgeous, and so are the nail polishes. Hope you had a lovely day and have a happy new year! Xo

  3. Lovely gifts - money is the best thing as you can save it or spend it on bits you want in the Sales etc x

  4. I've done a Christmas haul which you'll find floating around on :) I was really spoilt this year but Christmas is definitely a family time :) your family got you some lovely bits - I love that even the money was wrapped up for you! And the velvet crop top is gorj! Glad you had a lovely few days! Keep in touch! Andrea xxx

  5. Aw what lovely presents!

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