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Any ideas for birthday presents for my daughter soon to be 1

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
My daughter will soon be 1 in just over a months time and looking for some ideas for her.

Any recommendations you can give me will be gratefully received.

She has fallen heir to alot of my first daughters old toys but would like to get her some of her own toys.

Thanks
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
just don't get her much. Just get her a few bits and bobs and wrap it up in lots of paper. the wrapping paper alone will give her hours of enjoyment :thumbsup:
1 Like #2
An empty cardboard box and some newspaper.
#3
For my daughters 1st b'day we got her Vtech baby walker. They very sturdy and they have an activity panel which can also clip off the front.
#4
peteivy
just don't get her much. Just get her a few bits and bobs and wrap it up in lots of paper. the wrapping paper alone will give her hours of enjoyment :thumbsup:


Yeh, I know what you mean, she'll probably be happier with the boxes and paper than the toys themselves and no doubt everything will go in her mouth.
banned#6
Shengis
An empty cardboard box and some newspaper.


Is the daughter a hampster? :p
#7
Also just the 1 gift will do,as they are very overwhelmed by it all,the cake the candles and everything.
#8
peteivy
just don't get her much. Just get her a few bits and bobs and wrap it up in lots of paper. the wrapping paper alone will give her hours of enjoyment :thumbsup:

Honestly this is the best advise you will be given all night its not worth buying a 1yr old child to much wrapping paper and boxes will do the trick at this age.
#9
mine always like playing with the paper and box when they was little
#10
Mum2Connor&Cerys
For my daughters 1st b'day we got her Vtech baby walker. They very sturdy and they have an activity panel which can also clip off the front.


yes I know the one you mean although her big sis has one. She really liked the activity panel.

Thanks
#11
guv
Is the daughter a hampster? :p


lol
#12
Bath time toys are a good buy at this age.
1 Like #13
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3477647/Trail/searchtext%3EPOPPER.htm

These are good,my friend had 1 for her boy,I don't know what else to suggest cos I'm a bit out with baby toys as my youngest is 5 now.
#14
I find outdoor toys are great - less clutter in your house.
car bike, ball pool or paddling pool seasaw, play house. the list is endless.

I bought my daughter a tunnel for her 1st birthday she loved it.
#15
they groww up really fast dont buy baby toys if you already have loads from your other child
#16
miss money saver
I find outdoor toys are great - less clutter in your house.
car bike, ball pool or paddling pool seasaw, play house. the list is endless.

I bought my daughter a tunnel for her 1st birthday she loved it.


hhehe then get two people to sit either end of the tunnel and block them inside the tunnel!
Then watch as little one freaks out!...:p They then grow up claustraphobic!

* only joking mind ive not actually done this honest* :thinking:
Infact i reckon it must have been done to me!
#17
open a bank account and ut money in for her
#18
collo
open a bank account for pcnutta and put money in for her



awwww how kind

:whistling:
1 Like #20
Don't forget to register for the Early learning centre Big birthday club, you will get sent a voucher for 20% off everything both online and instore.
#21
pcnutta
awwww how kind

:whistling:


laughs
#22
guv
Is the daughter a hampster? :p

The best laugh all day thanks guv

waterloo
Bath time toys are a good buy at this age.

This gets my vote. Always loved bath times with mine.
banned#23
miss money saver;1766617


I bought my daughter a tunnel for her 1st birthday she loved it.


Crickey! The daughter really is a hampster!:-D

Dont forget the exercise wheel!:p
#24
How true chesso ---
My 6yr old still plays with his rubber seals in the bath!
Admittedy he plays with them so he can squirt water at me!
But hey, nothing better than hearing your kids belly laughing!
#25
guv
Crickey! The daughter really is a hampster!:-D

Dont forget the exercise wheel!:p



lol


all good ideas.

She does lover her bath time and hates to come out.

Outdoor toys sound good too. Just hope we get good weather up here.

Thanks folks
#26
well one would hope that you know her better rhan us
#27
How about a shotgun ?? ;-)
#28
Mum2Connor&Cerys

Thanks that looks loads of fun :)

edjaned

great and 20% off too!!!:thumbsup:

collo

Already got one just need some money to put in it now. On maternity pay at the mo.

Back to work 3 weeks tomorrow and I am dreading it. I am really going to miss the 2 of them when I am at work.
#29
kjbenja
How about a shotgun ?? ;-)


Might be a bit heavy for her?
1 Like #30
Recently bought my niece a laugh and learn song and story learning chair.Plays lovely tunes and tells little stories which is activated when they sit and play on it.Also not massive so will not take up yo much room.
Currently on sale in Argos for £22.34.
#31
garyagh
Recently bought my niece a laugh and learn song and story learning chair.Plays lovely tunes and tells little stories which is activated when they sit and play on it.Also not massive so will not take up yo much room.
Currently on sale in Argos for £22.34.


That looks a good present and they have 1 in stock, might nip down and get it tomorrow. Thanks
#32
coce for the 20% off
BABYMB08
#33
edjaned
coce for the 20% off
BABYMB08



Thanks will use this.
#34
I spend £200 on my daughter for her 1st birthday and I wish I never! all she was intrested in was the box and wrapping paper

one thing she did love was her ball bit, (can be used as a pool )
#35
garyagh
Recently bought my niece a laugh and learn song and story learning chair.Plays lovely tunes and tells little stories which is activated when they sit and play on it.Also not massive so will not take up yo much room.
Currently on sale in Argos for £22.34.


recommend this 2
#36
Kellie + Paisley
I spend £200 on my daughter for her 1st birthday and I wish I never! all she was intrested in was the box and wrapping paper

one thing she did love was her ball bit, (can be used as a pool )


Yeh was thinking about that seems Aldi have a ball tent going on sale this week and it has 250 balls with it aswell, all for £17.99
#37
Should have been prepared and got her a younger brother
#38
50/50 could have been another sister ha ha

might do that one for next year though, I'll let the OH know.
#39
If he doesnt want to get that for next year...il lend ya what you need (providing you send me a picture first)
#40
oh you cheeky boy!!

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