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Sweets and Jellies

This is a discussion on Sweets and Jellies within the General Parenting Discussion forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Hi Mummies, I have lots of sweets, jellies and titbits (bought too much for celebrations as well as gifts from ...

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    Worthy Lady
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    Sweets and Jellies

    Hi Mummies,

    I have lots of sweets, jellies and titbits (bought too much for celebrations as well as gifts from friends). Was wondering where I can donate to as too much to finish.

    Could we give to schools, like my son's kindergarten? Not sure if the schools encouraging sweet stuff....

    Look forward to replies as these are perishables and do not want it to go to waste.

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    Re: Sweets and Jellies

    no you shldnt donate to the kindy. you may allow your son to have tidbits and sweet snacks but not all parents does, so i think either you finish them or you dumo them.

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