*Christmas Prize Draw* My Blue Nose Friends characters

Todays giveaway is perfect for those Christmas stockings and comes from the fab My Blue Nose Friends.

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  • Claire Woods

    No.

  • Kristy smith

    No we don’t have any traditions

  • Tracey Peach

    No Family traditions when filling the stockings just pleased by that point that I’ve managed to get everything & wrap it!

  • Janine Phillips

    No real traditions x

  • Susie Wilkinson

    Not really, we just put little bits in them.

  • Abi

    No traditions for stockings really

  • Melanie C

    Shiny pennies in the bottom (which are becoming harder to find!), then satsumas and walnuts (which go straight back in the fruit bowl!), then stocking fillers and sweeties until it’s stuffed full!

  • Chelle Clark

    Not yet as my oldest is only 3 πŸ™‚

  • sarah Lea

    we just put lots of little bits in them πŸ™‚

  • Alison Turnnidge

    Not as such but when I was a little girl, myself and my sisters always had chocolate coins wrapped and stuffed in the toe of the stocking, which is what we used to do with our 12yr old and now will do with our 3yr old

  • Lola

    Currently we don’t, but I’m hoping to start some of my own. I’m definitely getting some chocolate coins for our stockings. My daughter will only be 1 so plenty of time to think of some πŸ™‚

  • karen davey

    not really just has to be small interesting and personal πŸ™‚

  • Susan Howitt

    We leave a little bit of coal in our daughter’s to remind her santa sees good behaviour as well as any time she has been naughty.

  • emma walters

    no, should really start one πŸ™‚

  • Samantha Ripley

    small toys sweets and dvds

  • Holly

    Everyone gets a Terry’s Chocolate Orange in there Stocking

  • Nickles83

    Choc coins πŸ™‚

  • Lynne McEvoy

    we always put chocolate coins and a satsuma in the stockings

  • liz denial

    no traditions

  • Jayne Townson

    Not really, we just fill them with small wrapped gifts and bigger presents get left downstairs.

  • Lisa J Holroyd

    chocolate coins and a little orange here too x

  • Gemma Snell

    No not really, we do have an alsortment of small toys, sweets & chocolates and the girls seem to enjoy πŸ™‚

  • sasha ridout

    not particularly, we always have chocolate coins and a wooden toy πŸ™‚ x

  • Tracey

    Not really but would love to start one. I’m loving some of the suggestions here already

  • zooe bryan

    in the stockings has to be an orange 3 quality street sweets the kids like a toy to play with when they wake up a book and maybe a dvd so if they get up at 6 (like most Christmas’s) they have something to play with until 7 am when everyone gets up.

  • Lorraine Stone

    Satsumas and nuts. Which almost immediately find their way back to the fruit bowl. It is the gift that keeps on giving! …

  • Kirsty H

    No traditions here, though the kids always bring them into our room to open them on our bed before we go down to see what Santa left them.

  • Paula Phillips

    No they just get filled up with lots of little things.

  • Amanda Doyle Hart

    stockings are brought up when they go to bed and hung on their door handles. They always have a tube of sweets, dvd, and some really cool and unusual stocking fillers. They get opened on our bed in the morning before we all go down stairs. This is one of favourite parts of the day πŸ™‚

  • Stephen Holman

    my family always opened one pressie on xmas eve but my girlfriend wont allow it! booo!!

  • Chris J

    None at all, in fact we have not had stockings for years!

  • Candise Moore

    We always have new festive pyjamas and a Christmas story in our stockings which we open on Christmas eve.

  • Momma of Mojo

    We have matching small toy set, fruit and a bag of chocolate coins! Visitors have also popped in a few real coins too πŸ™‚

  • Julie Perry

    I always have to put chocolate coins in mine πŸ™‚

  • buchanl

    No traditions

  • Zoe Matthewman

    always have to have chocolate coins in his stocking and also let him open the present with his christmas PJ’s in on christmas eve

  • Zoe Goulding

    Tangerines, my mum used to put them in my stocking when I was a child so carry the tradition on with my kids

  • Always have chocolate coins and a chocolate Santa πŸ™‚

  • Sam Swain

    They always include a satsuma and chocolate coins

  • Linda McGarrigle

    Erm not when it comes to filling them but we do use the same stockings year in year out xoxox

  • sally johnston

    stocking on the end of their beds with a few small bits in then rest down stairs x

  • Andrea McCullough

    just have a few wee items in our stockings, terrys chocolate orange

  • Sam McCarthy

    One of our traditions with stockings….is to wrap every item individually inside it…that way it takes them longer to open and I can get everyones breakfast sorted without them clinging to my legs lol xxx

  • LAURA JONES

    always have to have an orange in the toe and mid way should be a sugar mouse then topped with soft toy !

  • Kerry Taylor

    always have to have a Satsuma

  • Louise Bennett

    no

  • Claire Smith

    We never had stockings in our house πŸ™

  • elaine jennings

    no im afraid we dont

  • Claire Wilkinson

    satsuma and a candy cane πŸ˜€

  • Claire GriffithssoontobeAldrid

    we always put chocolate coins in them

  • Clara Cort

    mostly fruits and some small chocolates

  • Abby Carroll

    yes we always have the satsuma in the stockings hooked on the mantlepiece

  • Ann Thompson

    We always have satsumas and chocolate coins.

  • Rebecca

    Always a teddy at the top

  • Laura Jayne Bates

    always white n gold chocolate coins and a apple n orange

  • Tracy K Nixon

    Everyone ALWAYS gets a terry’s Chocolate Orange!!!!

  • Robyn Logan Clarke

    No real tradition about what goes in the stocking, but its always opened first on Christmas morning

  • kim neville

    chocolate coins and a tube of sweets

  • snowted

    Nope, I don’t have a stocking anymore.

  • Emma Ellison

    Always a small cuddly toy sat at the top x

  • Kelly Mse Harper

    we dont have stockingf

  • Debbie Burfoot

    just a selection of small things like character flannel, choc coins , some stationary

  • Laura Pyper

    yes there’s always a piece of fruit and a toothbrush (reminder to look after teeth with all the extra treats) and a tube of sweets

  • FOXGLOVE38

    just fill it to the top with tiny gifts,chocs and sweets

  • Michelle Drew

    I only started doing them 2 yrs ago for mine always new pjs n slippers n a few sweets n presents x

  • Wendy Tolhurst

    Always pants, socks and a bag of chocolate coins, along with a piece of fruit. Then just filled with fun.

  • Adeinne Tonner

    We always put the persons favourite candy and crisps in the stockings

  • Lorna Peppiatt

    Small gifts such as sweets, socks, chocolate coins, keyrings etc

  • clairdownham

    no just the usual toys and chocolate and sweets

  • Margaret

    No not really.
    We do have a family tradition where we give our kids their ‘big’ present in the evening on Christmas day.

  • Hannah oneill

    Not really, but socks are a must!

  • Kirsten Todd

    Always put a Terry’s Chocolate Orange in each of my boys stockings every year.

  • lucky321

    we always have chocolate coins and a joke present to give everyone some fun first thing in the morning πŸ˜‰

  • Jo

    No, but am hoping to start some traditions this year though

  • Natasha Ball

    just some little treats and chocolate orange

  • crazyvicky

    we odnt do stockings but we have tree presents in the afternoon

  • helen atkins

    No traditions but always have stockings

  • cheryl hadfield

    We all have stockings even the cat, we donlt fill them , father xmas does!

  • Clint Howat

    Just a selection of small things.

  • suzie Heard

    Stocking always have an apple and an Tangerine, some sweets and maybe a piece of Jewellery

  • janet dring

    Always get little bits to put in them

  • amyjbeckett

    Stocking our a must in my family – With the trusted chocolate coins. Then my grandad will tell the story about the orange , nuts and coal he used to get as a child

  • Kerry Dibble

    My girls always have 2 stockings each, I love shopping for stocking fillers

  • Sandra Clarke

    There always has to be an orange in the stocking.

  • βœ°β˜…αƒ¦ Kayleigh βœ°β˜…αƒ¦

    We don’t have stockings

  • Emma Bennett

    We use pillowcases instead of stocking! Same ones since I was a child!

  • Janie McColl

    we always put chocolate coins in the stockings

  • Jen Schofield

    We always have stockings with chocolate in

  • Rebecca Ryan

    chocolate coins and satsumas

  • worriedmum46

    We always give each kid a magic walnut. Cut open nut removed and replaced with a five pound note and glued back together. The kids love it

  • karen hutchinson

    we don’t have them but maybe should start them

  • Mad Wuman

    Chocolate coins and satsumas (we not very original lol) πŸ˜€

  • lana

    We don’t do stockings

  • laura banks

    yep i always put nuts and an orange in my mum did it for me

  • ashleigh allan

    We don’t really have any – just that the get filled!

  • c5ryl

    We dont tend to use stockings at all

  • Katie Witherington

    a satsumer, an apple, chocolate coins and toothbrush is always in our stockings

  • Dorothee77

    My mum puts fruits and sweets – But i don’t do it at home…

  • Trudi Louise

    We don’t do stocking thing in our house sadly x

  • Arranmum

    we have chocolate coins and lots of wee things, keeps them occupied till a more civilised getting up time!!……….that would be about 7.00!!

  • anthony harrington

    always have a satsuma right in the bottom

  • Kerry Robinson

    Banana, apple, and a handful of monkey nuts!

  • Jill Donaldson

    I put in breakfast bars along side some small toys and sweets and a drink, breakfast in their stockings

  • Jo welsh

    Always put a sugar mouse in it

  • Kat Lucas

    Always has a candy cane

  • GW1978

    Everyone gets the same!

  • debwh142

    Always have a satsuma some nuts and chocolate money

  • They were always allowed to open these before waking us, so Santa usually left something appealing & absorbing so we could squeeze every last drop of sleep before a hectic day!

  • Dan Gill

    We always put an orange in.

  • Jo Glasspool

    Yes we always put a pound coin and satsuma in the bottom.. x

  • Karen Lloyd

    Must have a satsuma, money and chocolate in.

  • Lisa Cornfield

    To put alot of chocolate coins a tangerine and some pennys.

  • ruth roberts

    chocolate coin and orange

  • jillwebb

    They allways had new pyjams in there stocking and our grandson will have the same

  • Lowri Tegan Earith

    gold coins and a big orange and apple

  • Sarah Wyatt

    Had to be a clementine in the toe!

  • We don’t have stockings, maybe this year – its time to introduce them to the children πŸ™‚

  • Sarah Bull

    I never had a stocking when I was younger but started the tradition with my own children a couple of years ago when they were old enough to know what was going on. No traditions yet though!

  • Alice Beaumont

    I’ve never had a stocking but ‘father christmas’ always leaves a present at the bottom of the bed so we know he’s been

  • Christina Marriott

    Not really x just stockings hung up every year xx

  • Chantel Kendrick

    We always leave golden coins in the stocking and they are always put at the end of my childrrens beds so its the first thing they see when they wake up

  • Carolina J,

    Not really!

  • Fiona

    Must include a chocolate orange

  • Emma Lewis

    A packet of biscuits.

  • Pete McLaughlin

    A coin, fruit, nuts & coal are ALWAYS included!

  • victoria leedham

    Sweets and small toys,always candy canes!

  • melanie stirling

    No,no family traditions.

  • Rebecca Phillips

    none here!

  • kelly louise hockings

    nope none at all

  • Rachel

    small treats and toys and they can open them in the morning whilst snuggled in their pjs πŸ˜€

  • daisyduck

    Small presents in a pillowcase at the bottom of the bed to keep the little ones busy early on Christmas morning

  • Sarah Bavington-Smith

    No traditions as such, just stocking at the end of the bed with small gifts in xxx

  • Pam Butterfield

    lots of small treats in a stocking to open as soon as they wake up

  • Kelly Koya

    Not really, though in our house Santa only fills the stockings

  • Katherine S

    Always lots of little gifts and then a clue to the big presents under the tree πŸ™‚

  • Anna M

    no family traditions

  • katrina day-reilly

    stockings are had by the kids when they get up but prezzies under the tree are for after dinner

  • Kristy Leanne Brown

    We always put a satsuma and a nice shiny red apple in our stockings!

  • LAURA FINCH

    Sweeties πŸ˜€

  • Irene Gilmour

    new toothbrush

  • kath morris

    socks!

  • Rachael Jones Mann

    ALWAYS A CD

  • Jenerate

    A satsuma and some shiny new coins

  • Maria Reilly

    Tangerines! xx

  • Ellen Stafford

    Small treats in a stocking. No real tradition though.

  • Hayley Wynn

    pyjamas

  • Becca Townsend

    Each stocking has a glass bottle of coke in it, (we don’t have fizzy drink except on Christmas day)

  • NATALIE GOATLEY

    Every stocking has a selection box and a Christmas outfit to put on that day.

  • Donna Clinton

    I just fill my kids stockings with choc and sweets

  • Rebecca U

    There has to be some chocolate coins and a tube of fruit pastilles

  • leanne williams

    Tangerines!

  • Keri Jones

    An orange and a candy cane, a bit contradictory I know but it works for us πŸ˜‰

  • Christine McCormack

    Chocolate coins are a must!

  • Ann Aberdour

    Amazing I love a really nice candy cane x

  • Kay Lou Smith

    We always used to get a new toothbrush so my little girl will get one too this year!

  • Tressa Herriott

    Chocolate coins party poppers and the never eaten satsuma!

  • sarah diane rees

    We always put in gold coins

  • Emma Dora Louise Thackery

    none really

  • Claire D

    It has to have chocolate celebrations in

  • Lynsey ward

    A new toothbrush! A character one for my daughter

  • maci234

    gold coins in the stocking

  • Tricia Cowell

    chocolate gold coins and a satsuma is a must

  • samanthapsharpe

    always a Chocolate Orange and chocolate coins!

  • catriona nation

    lots of sweets

  • traceyandtim

    box of character biscuits

  • John Taggart

    A Terry’s chocolate orange is a must

  • Hayley Colburn

    Not so much a family tradition but we always get our 2 kids a stocking off each other and fill it up with little things like chocolate santas, gloves, hats, character socks and little toys, they’ve got each other a nice Disney movie each this year too which i’m looking forward to watching x

  • Natalie Crossan

    Terry’s Chocolate Orange – yum xxx

  • Katie Walker

    Usually we have those little foam aeroplanes you put together. I always get a toy gun for my dad and brother ( yes a 30 and 60 year old play with toy guns) and always a satsuma covered with foil right at the bottom

  • GrooveHeart

    No but I’d like to start some traditions with my daughter and bought her her first stocking this year πŸ™‚

  • Katharine Bourne-Francis

    always have to have chocolate pennies πŸ™‚

  • Julie Jingle Baxter

    i usually fill my kids stockings with bags of their favorite sweets with a lil teddy on top πŸ™‚

  • ELIZABETH SMITH

    chocolate coins and a puzzle-book – the theory being they’ll do the puzzles before they burst in our bedroom and jump on the bed. Doesn’t work, of course

  • karin

    new socks

  • Becca Staples

    Must contain nuts and satsuma’s …but then lots of modern things x

  • Julie Ward

    No stocking, its a sack, just fill it up, must have maltesers in it

  • amanda davis

    no our stocking are just used has decorations

  • Caroline Blaza

    Always put colouring pencils & a colouring book in

  • Jessica cook

    No no traditions here x

  • Kate Kathurima

    My mum mum always puts practical things in one year she didn’t get us socks we were all dissapointed now we’ve grown up she does the grandchildens stocking and does the same, also she always leaves price tag on something so we all play spot the price!!

  • Mickie Bull

    No family traditions here

  • janine atkin

    no traditions! i like to get a pen in mine though!

  • JessMcGlynn

    We always have the same thing: socks, chocolate, a book or CD and a toothbrush!!

  • Anna

    our tradition is using pillow case for stockings, then i just put the usual things in!

  • Emma Gough

    WE ALL HAVE OUR OWN STOCKING BUT NO OTHER TRADITION APART FROM THAT πŸ˜€

  • Linda Guest

    chocolate coins, a ‘silly’ toy for the adults and a cracker. πŸ™‚

  • Donna Dirtylaugh Morton

    apple and an orange one christmas didn’t bother me one bit

  • jokow

    Chocolate Coins

  • Tracy Pritchard

    I forgot to put stuff in there last year x

  • berny

    Chocolate coins every year or a tube of choc/sweets πŸ™‚

  • Nancy Townsend

    We don’t have any traditions regarding the stockings I’m afraid.

  • Jo Booth

    not really a tradition, but generally lots of sweets and small trinkets πŸ™‚

  • Sue Bowden

    Sweets and nuts all wrapped up, keeps them quite and best of all takes them ages to unwrap.

  • Suzanne

    Place a Satsuma and coin at the bottom of the stocking and include a book. This is the same as when I was a child.

  • Caroline H

    No real traditions but we do use the same stockings year after year and carefully store them away for next year.

  • LeeLee Doodygirl Mse Newsome

    New xmas eve pj’s

  • Kathy D

    sweets, orange, a cracker and other bits and bobs

  • Denise

    Sweeties

  • Natalie Gillham

    I always add an apple or orange

  • Gillian Turner

    Not yet hoping to get some in the future, fingers crossed.

  • kiki_725

    An orange and some chocolate coins

  • Clare F Wood

    not really but there is always some chocolate coins in

  • lindsey jones

    We always put a satsuma in

  • Joy Walker

    Always put in a Satsuma and an apple, just like my mum did for me!

  • alison johnson

    There has got to be chocolate coins in x

  • Chelsea

    Always has to be chocolate coins and a toothbrush!

  • Fran Hallgate

    There has to be an Orange!

  • karen dixon

    Terrys choc orange

  • Keeley Louise Atkinson

    always put pj’s in

  • kathycakebread

    we always do stockings on boxing day it leaves something to look forward to!

  • PamGregory

    Golden Chocolate coins

  • debbie godbolt

    hi i always include some nuts in their shells that never get eaten a satsuma and chocolate coins as well as little toys etc i have followed the tradition my mum started when i was little πŸ™‚

  • Jenette Ogborn

    I always add an orange πŸ™‚

  • laura stewart

    yes we always have a terrys chocolate orange xx

  • Caroline Kelly

    used to be lucky to get an orange and apple in a sock in my day lol

  • Natalie Henderson

    We always used to have a couple of presents in a stockimg at the end of our bed when we first woke up. It kept us quiet for a few extra minutes!!! πŸ™‚

  • Karen M Colquhoun

    A tradition passed down from my father, first I put my feet in my stockings then pull them up my legs =P

  • Clare Scanlan

    Chocolate oranges

  • Saz Palmer

    there is always an annual in my kids stockings just like there used to be in mine x

  • Ashli

    I’ll be putting my sons stocking at the bottom of his bed πŸ™‚ x

  • Teresa Sheldon

    When we were kids we always had an tangerrine, a few mixed nuts, a slab of toffee and a lump of coal. I’ve kept that tradition on and put the same in my kids stocking alothough getting the coal is quite a challlenge now a days and when the kids first saw it wondered what it was, I hope my kids will carry on the tradition one day

  • james harland

    giant chocolate coin, my son loves it πŸ™‚

  • Emma Weaver

    chocolate orange

  • Iona Cornish

    A Satsuma and chocolate coins

  • Kirsten Barthy

    No real tradition

  • Sharon Burroughs

    Always have chocolate coins

  • Kaley Redmond

    I always have a little stocking at the end of the bed and fill it with chocolate (coins etc) that way there usually bought downstairs and snacked on while there opening there main presents.

  • Zoe Roxby

    an orange, an apple, then chocolate coins, candy cane, pen set, pencil crayons, christmas socks and a watch. done this from childhood and now I carry this on with my kids

  • rugmaker

    Chocolate coins

  • Gillian Hutchison

    The children have one giant stocking each (need to get the baby one for this year), the kids put out empty sack before bed for Santa to fill. Pj’s are the only must have present every year. My 3 children are still young (oldest is 4) so they don’t yet get a lot of sweeties.

  • Rosalind Blight

    no real tradition, they get left out empty, get filled up then opened on our bed.

  • JR

    Nope πŸ™

  • glitterbaby40

    There is always a little Christmas ornament in the toe of their stockings to hang on the tree, they love seeing what new ornament Santa has left them each year.

  • Claire Thomson Little

    the tradition of forgetting to fill it :O

  • Nicola Atkins

    No unfortunately not, I might need to start one now though! πŸ˜€

  • Oranges and nuts in the bottom πŸ™‚

  • Lani Nash

    Satsumas have to be included!

  • Gary Martindale

    Always have chocolate coins and a satsuma in without fail.

  • Jennifer Stevenson

    chocolate coins are a must and stocking outside the door

  • Amanda Young

    Always a satsuma πŸ™‚

  • samantha price

    has to placed at the end of the bed

  • Rachel Craig

    My mum did when we were children. Always an orange/ satsuma / tangerine or clementine, and chocolate coins. So much choice / options nowadays.

  • snarepuss

    Satsuma’s and nuts πŸ™‚

  • esme mccrubb

    chocolate oranges all round πŸ™‚

  • Alexandra Byford-Scott

    New pyjama’s

  • angela sandhu

    I always get my son new pyjamas every Christmas

  • Rachel Rogers

    satsuma chocolate coins in stocking new pjs christmas eve πŸ™‚

  • sarah gray

    Always have to have a stocking, always have to put the following in it: a silver coin (any denomination so long as its silver), a cinnamon stick, a small trinket and a few individually wrapped chocs x

  • Em Louise Jenkinson

    I always make handmade gifts for the stockings πŸ™‚

  • Brandie Browne

    Nope

  • zebedee01

    No traditions here as I never had a stocking, but my hubby did so we get our little boy one and usually put in chocolate coins and a big tube of smarties as well as some other small gifts πŸ™‚

  • Julia

    Red apple,jaffa orange,crisp and assorted selection of sweets

  • Angela Williams

    always put in a tangerine, a silver coin and some chocolate coins

  • lia burns

    Chocolate coins always!

  • Jane Middleton

    just little bits and bobs

  • debbie creasey

    have to include a satsuma in ur xmas stocking

  • Jennifer Baker

    There has to be fruits as well as sweet treats and toys! x

  • Sarah Benn

    None

  • viviennewilkes

    No not really, just as imaginative as possible!

  • MANDY DOHERTY

    Chocolate coins and a satsuma

  • Anne Kiaz Brookes

    no traditions in our house

  • Louise Nicole Hutchings

    Things in stockings are not wrapped and what santa brings. The stuff under the tree are from mum and dad

  • Pretenna

    There has to be at least one orange!

  • Vicky Lowe

    The present in your stocking can be opened when you wake up but you have to wait for the whole family to be there before the presents under the tree can be opened.

  • deej71

    Always put chocolate coins and candy walking sticks

  • Gabrielle svensson

    to always include chocolate coins

  • Nikki Lane

    Have to have a large tube of Smarties and a weird/strange/funny present, that annoys us adults after 5 minutes, but those were always my favourites, so i carry it on, eldest is getting an air whoosher (not sure if proper name) πŸ™‚

  • suzzee langton

    We always hung them on a fake cardboard fireplace

  • elaine stokes

    small things that we can open before breakfast, and everyone has their own handmade stocking, mine is 37 years old made by my mum and is still hung up on Christmas eve

  • Sara

    We don’t use stockings when we have our celebrations.

  • Nikki ‘Nemo’ Cook

    all the stockings must have choccie coins in

  • Rachel Butler

    They have to have chocolate coins and a toothbrush πŸ™‚

  • Jacqueline Roberts

    Chocolates

  • angela hedley

    no, but we always sprinkle ‘reindeer dust’ on our garden on christmas eve to guide them to out house <3

  • Hayley Todd

    I suppose we have the tradition that we always have to have golden chocolate coins in the stocking!

  • KATE SABIN-BURNS

    Not really ! They always have some golden coins, and that’s about it really, just filled with toys then πŸ™‚

  • Sarah Davison

    Our tradition is for it to be filled with as much chocolate as possible – with a couple of oranges

  • leighanne tossell

    always a gift from santa in there πŸ™‚

  • Catherine A Bell

    we always have an apple and orange in them

  • Kerry Brown

    nope :/ maybe i will have to start something πŸ™‚

  • Hayley

    No,just put a few goodies in there.

  • Becky Shorting

    no just put some lil prezzies in them

  • dogwithnobrain

    a spinkle of magic snow all around the stockings… and in footprint shapes all through the house πŸ™‚ And yes, my babies are 19 and 22 πŸ˜‰

  • adrianclarke

    Just used to use pillow cases as you can fit more prezzie’s in πŸ™‚

  • Helen Booth

    Nothing really, the kids just leave them out with their big sack, and it gets filled with little pressies πŸ™‚

  • Gary Topley

    No we do not have any traditions.

  • Sarah Makinson

    We stick an orange in the toe part, just for fun πŸ™‚

  • Si Sparkle Jackson

    I’ve never had a stocking :'( but my boyfriend has bought me one for this year so we will see

  • Lydia G

    The stockings are always in the bedroom for when they wake up and there is always something they can play with to give us a few extra minutes in bed πŸ™‚

  • Wanda

    No traditions we just leave them in bedrooms before I goto bed so it’s a nice surprise

  • Jayne

    Chocolate coins and a satsuma

  • kirsty h

    Piece of jewellery xXx

  • Isabel Luca

    Stocking’s were not a tradition when I was growing up but I am now introducing it to my 3 year old so have an important responsibility of setting the tradition!

  • Hannah Smith

    we always put a Satsuma in the bottom of our stockings !!!

  • Olivia Kirby

    always but choccy coins in and we like the kids to have personalised ones x

  • Robert Price

    Chocolate

  • Ayeisha M

    Always put in an apple & an orange πŸ™‚

  • Betsy Boo

    has to be silly pressies in the stockings

  • Pauline Burroughs

    When the children were small we always put a few things in a stocking and left in their bedrooms for when they woke up in the morning but the main presents were always under the tree – happy times x

  • hannahlw85

    No traditions, just left outside the rooms once everyone is asleep.

  • tracey bowden

    An orange! We had one every year and my daughter gets one too now

  • Michaela Braisher

    no traditions yet, only really starting them this year as little ones are only 1 and 3

  • Karen wright

    Chocolates & silly presents in stockings

  • Kirsty Woods

    No, just lots of silly little presents

  • soozybee

    Always an orange and some chocolate coins

  • Jayne Mse

    We put Sweets n treats in our Lil Mans Stocking πŸ™‚

  • Amanda Durley

    always a dvd for them to watch when they are up 2 early

  • Helen Craigs

    Always chocolate coins and lots of small gifts and sweeties which are still opened before checking if Santa’s been, even though my ‘children’ are now 29, 25 and 23 – how’s that for tradition!!

  • jo maxted

    chocolate coins every year xx

  • Joanne Benham

    Always put in a bag of chocolate coins

  • Laura

    CHOCO COINS (NIKKI PELLOW ON RC)

  • Lucy Johnson

    We always put some Milk chocolate Buttons in the bottom !

  • Vic

    That is where the present comes from that we open on Christmas eve

  • Diana

    No, not yet πŸ™‚

  • Julie Banks

    Chocolate money in first

  • Vicki G

    No but I like the idea of new PJ’s on xmas eve πŸ™‚

  • Jade Walsh

    Usually where the chocolate is kept lol

  • Ruth K

    There’s always some chocolate coins in there

  • Comping Cavemum

    Non yet – this will be my daughter’s first Christmas. I always used to have a matey bubble bath every year so maybe i’ll start that one with my daughter!

  • TracyJo

    No, we’ve never really had stockings just things under the tree x

  • AdrianPrice

    my dad does them—i still get one and i`m 44!

  • Allan Fullarton

    Always an orange ha.

  • Rosie

    everyone gets a chocolate orange and a scratchcard!

  • Claire Nelson

    Always chocolate coins

  • Michelle Weston

    Always pop a selection box under the tree and coins hidden within the tree

  • Gwen Carter

    Always Chocolate coins

  • Gina

    A nectarine right at the bottom!

  • Victoria Fisher

    My sister and I always get a tangerine in our stocking – that’s our Mums tradition πŸ™‚

  • Amy Murraywins

    A soft toy in our daughters room in her very own stocking in her bedroom! Gives us a bit longer in bed on christmas morning! x

  • Abigail Smith

    We always get a Tangerine!

  • Tammy Tudor

    nothing in particular:) it’s usually chocolate or candy

  • Bridget Smith

    always got a tiny doll for a dolls house as a joke from my dad

  • Adrian Knox

    Has to be chocolate

  • Abigail Edkins

    No not really, I try not to spend more than a fiver on each filler though

  • Katie Walden Hall

    Terrys chocolate oranges! πŸ™‚

  • alice lightning

    tangerine and a selection box traditional plus extra treats

  • Tracey Quinn

    I always put an orange in it

  • Jill Fairbank

    Satsuma

  • Tracy Higgs

    An orange πŸ™‚

  • jenniwren12

    a satsuma and chocolate coins

  • Rosco Fraser

    I haven’t had a stocking in many many years (but get to do it for my daughter these days), as for the Blue Nosed friends we have all of them to date (still with tags including price tag) going right back to the first on back in June 2008 (wow we’ve been collecting them a long time).

  • Jacqui Rushton

    chocolate coins and face wipes!

  • Charlotte Jones

    An orange πŸ™‚

  • NaomiB

    Always put in a Chocolate Orange x

  • Denielle Nicol

    no and never really had one when i was a kid really

  • Lauren Chaplin

    Chocolate coins

  • jeng88

    Tangerine is a must, as are choc coins, soft toy and a magazine… anything else is a nice surprise!

  • Helen Garner

    We used to have a satsuma, a chocolate orange, chocolate coins and an annual of some kind in ours.

  • Melanie Sibbald

    We always have nuts and a satsuma, they always go back in the bowl on xmas day πŸ˜‰

  • Bec D’owney

    none

  • Happy Homebird

    Yes, I find bits in charity shops to surprise my son with in his stocking – usually toy animals,

  • Zoe Coen

    No we never had one

  • lynn heath

    My mum and Dad have kept our stocking that we had as kids and now the grandchildren use them

  • Sharon

    There still has to be an apple and an orange in there.

  • Victoria Thurgood

    no i just put small bits in it

  • superscot

    Satsuma & chocolate

  • Wendy Tyler

    Plenty. There has to be fruit including a satsuma, chocoloate coins and other chocolate, a paper doll to dress (or the modern magnetic equivalent) and it isn’t wrapped which my husband thinks is wrong, but it has to be more green that way!

  • Andrea Morton

    We always have chocolate santas