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Ideas for 2 Year niece birthday present

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Help please
any ideas for a birthday present for my 2 year old neice looking at spending around £30 instore on online not fussed.
Thanks
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
[COLOR="Purple"]i bought my friends 2 year-old
fifi bubble lawn mower..
she loved it[/COLOR]
!!
#2
have you tried the boots sale, their keyboards are fab! your neice would love one..her parents may not!
#3
hi there! my daughter was 2 last monday, and i got her a carry along dolls house from tesco, it came with loads of little bits of furniture, and little people. and she LOVES IT! hope that helps
#4
How about a limited edition or collectors edition Barbie doll, brand new in the box? I have a few different ones of these that I'm looking to sell for my daughter from her collection. I bought one off her and gave it too my neice for her 3rd birthday last month, she loved it. Let me know if you are interested.
#5
Quite like the idea of the keyoard as i live 100 miles away!!
#7
As the father of a 3-year old girl, the answer I would give is:
anything made of cheap pink plastic, preferably glittery. Grab a handfull of hair clips from Claire's Accessories.

If you're buying online at Early Learning Centre, don't forget to use the Code: PARTY - 20% off all Early Learning Centre items
#8
lol, i agree the cheaper,sparklier, tackier the better or if you can stick things on it, or has thousands of small bits ready to go up the hoover!
#9
As a mum of a two year old I can say one of the best toys she has is the Mini Sizzlin' Cooker from Early Learning Centre.

http://www.elc.co.uk/toy-42733

It has food and utensils and keeps her quiet for ages.

In fact I would say ANYTHING from Early Learning is good as they will swap/exchange stuff really easily and there is so much to choose from.

Erm-my daughter also loves her indoor pop up tent. They do them in Woolworths and early Learning. is good as can be used inside and outside.

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