NSW paramedics have released their Christmas wish list for 2013, and there are a few notable omissions.
The trampoline injuries, play-wrestling wounds and jumping castle mishaps that marked Christmas 2012 have all been left off.
Instead, the NSW Ambulance Service has issued a simple plea for families to watch out for their kids and not to over-extend themselves.
"Children should wear helmets, knee pads and elbow pads when they are testing out their new toys," the service said.
"This safety gear will keep children happy and safe with their new presents, and out of the back of an ambulance."
Paramedics attend more misadventure incidents on Christmas Day than on non-holidays, the service said.
They said that, just as at any other time of the year, booze doesn't mix with backyard pools and beaches.
"We would also like to send a message to the community not to forget those who may be lonely at Christmas.
"Check on the welfare of friends or family who may be experiencing difficulties at this time of year."