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Christmas Time What To Get 2 And A Half Baby Girl?

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Am pretty good when buying presents for myself, but coming to buying my only baby girl am pretty useless, so am asking for help before I commit to buying anything for her.

I think am gonna buy her some presents of my own for her instead of giving the missus they money to buy everything. Ill keep these away from the missus so it will be an surprise for her as well when grace opens what I have bought her.

1) So any useful present ideas will be helpful.

2) She likes to watch me play some kiddy games on the laptop like learning games ets, so I would like to look into buying some games for her on the laptop OR even better get her like an kids laptop which has all the games on there etc.

3) I would be looking to get her presents for the house as bikes etc arent ideal yet as we live on an main road while the dog we bought her for her birthday is occupying the back yard.

So pretty much after some advice as this will be the 1st christmas see will fully understand whats going on.

We asked her what she wants for christmas and she keeps saying "BOY" but thats not going to happen
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
my friend has just bought her 2 yr old daughter a rocking horse, i think it was from mammas and pappas its stunning. i think every little girl should have one :)
#2
ur so sweet to make an effort on ur own.... wow!

what about some iggle piggle gear? or disney store have this cute little disney hoover.... its so lovely... i bought it for my 23 month old and he is obsessed! the hoover is 12 pounds

http://disneystore-shopping.disney.co.uk/details/33845/Mickey-Mouse-Club-House-Glitter-Vacuum.aspx
#3
i'm getting my 2 year old a doll and pram you could get a boy if thats what she wants, also a peppa pig house is really good for role play i hope that helps a bit :)
#4
An xbox 360.
#5
I've always found the simplest games are the best. My daughter recived a simple moving wooden toy and a bubble maker one year and they are still her favourite toys over three years later.

Either that, or buy something small and put it in a gigantic cardboard box - the child will be guaranteed to discard the toy and spend weeks playing inside the box... :-D
banned#6
Im concerned about this half baby girl you speak of? :o :s
#7
I always recommemd a wheeleybug to this kind of question. My daughters got one each when they were 10 months and nearl 5 years old, 3 years later they are still the most played with toy and in fantastic condition as they are so sturdy. Just type wheeleybug into google for stockists but Kiddicare and Amazon sell them in all different animals - couldn't recommend more (quite good fun for adults too!!).

Rose Petal Cottage gets played with a lot too.
#8
If I had had a little girl I would have bought one of those beautiful georgian style dolls houses and added to it over the years.......definately going to do that should I be blessed with a granddaughter ( not in the near future, may I add) and it would stay at Grandmas house of course :)
#9
i got my 2 1/2 year old a dolls set, big jigzaw for the floor, a cute bakeing set, a toy garage with cars, and i'll see what boots have on there 3 for 2 at some point
#10
The baby born dolls are meant to be very popular again this Christmas, every girl should have her own 'lil babies'
My daughter is almost 15 and still can't bring herself to part with her dolls, even though she doesn't play with them any more. lol
#11
Early Learning Centre have happy land reduced by 20%, my two and half year old loves happy land. Other than that her dolls, prams etc are all firm favourites, or if she likes Dora the Explorer Toys R Us have some good deals.
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thanks guys for all you responses this will give me an lot ot hink about on the run upto xmas am sure this thread will be very useful for me to get stuff for her own my own. I do want to get my own present and keep them at my mum and dads, then go and get them when they both go to bed on xmas eve.
#13
sav08
my friend has just bought her 2 yr old daughter a rocking horse, i think it was from mammas and pappas its stunning. i think every little girl should have one :)


This is an good idea am sure to look into this thanks for your response
#14
Yeah its to easy to just give the missus the money and thats it I make no effort at all. It will be good to surprise the whole family and the missus and daugher on xmas day when she opens presents know one knows about.

magicbeans
ur so sweet to make an effort on ur own.... wow!

what about some iggle piggle gear? or disney store have this cute little disney hoover.... its so lovely... i bought it for my 23 month old and he is obsessed! the hoover is 12 pounds

http://disneystore-shopping.disney.co.uk/details/33845/Mickey-Mouse-Club-House-Glitter-Vacuum.aspx
#15
[QUOTE=delboyuk2005uk]Yeah its to easy to just give the missus the money and thats it I make no effort at all. It will be good to surprise the whole family and the missus and daugher on xmas day when she opens presents know one knows about.[/QUOTE

She likes the hoover actually calls it noo noo off the teletubbies if thats how you spell it?

Anyway I think she would prefer an upright one any of them about?
#16
dildil
i'm getting my 2 year old a doll and pram you could get a boy if thats what she wants, also a peppa pig house is really good for role play i hope that helps a bit :)


Think my mum and dad have got her an pram for her so thats something crossed off the list good idea tho
#17
We got her an bubble maker so thats ok for now, hardly ever gets used tho as she hardly out the house.

sale_blade
I've always found the simplest games are the best. My daughter recived a simple moving wooden toy and a bubble maker one year and they are still her favourite toys over three years later.

Either that, or buy something small and put it in a gigantic cardboard box - the child will be guaranteed to discard the toy and spend weeks playing inside the box... :-D
#18
think ELC might do an upright hoover.... careful..some hoovers are really noisy though so always try out sounds! heh!!
#19
[url]www.toyshop.com[/url] have a few upright hoovers, but as magic beans says be careful of the noisy ones:)
#20
Annie1508
I always recommemd a wheeleybug to this kind of question. My daughters got one each when they were 10 months and nearl 5 years old, 3 years later they are still the most played with toy and in fantastic condition as they are so sturdy. Just type wheeleybug into google for stockists but Kiddicare and Amazon sell them in all different animals - couldn't recommend more (quite good fun for adults too!!).

Rose Petal Cottage gets played with a lot too.


What exactly do these wheelybugs do?
#21
Sorry if I not replyed to everyone, but keep the ideas coming. I got this on my list to decide on later

1) Rocking Horse or something to this effect

2) Wheelybug, will have to look into this furher

3) Hoover again will look into this and noises etc

4) Possiboe one of them baby dolls.

Keep em coming my list will be huge by time xmas comes around lol.
banned#22
delboyuk2005uk
This is an good idea am sure to look into this thanks for your response


thats alright mate, my girlfriend is pregnant now and if its a little girl im going to get a rocking horse :p its something that can be kept for yrs and be passed through the family. i found with my other kids all the electronic toys that walk, talk etc last five minutes and are easily bored of, i think its because at that age they like to play with there imagination!! My 5 yr old loves his DS, i got him it when he was 3 so your daughter is probably a touch to young, an idea for next yr though :-D GOOD LUCK :thumbsup:
#23
Role play toys always go down well. what about a Tea set and some play food. Then she can feed her teddies and dollies
#24
bellabonkers
Role play toys always go down well. what about a Tea set and some play food. Then she can feed her teddies and dollies


And a toy kitchen Toys R Us have a really beautiful one in at the moment,
http://img183.imageshack.us/img183/791/kitchenka7.jpg


Than again have just noticed the price, so maybe not! sorry :oops:
#25
kidcat
And a toy kitchen Toys R Us have a really beautiful one in at the moment,
http://img183.imageshack.us/img183/791/kitchenka7.jpg


Than again have just noticed the price, so maybe not! sorry :oops:


lol Mini kitchens are great, if you can afford one. I'm sure there is something out there to suit all budgets if you look around; but if not you could just buy little accessory things, maybe a toy toaster and microwave.
Good luck in finding something she will enjoy. :)
#26
We have the little tikes one and it has been well used and has stood the test of many children, unlike some other toys that cost loads more and didnt last even a week. While the kltchen I pictured is absolutely gorgeous I wouldnt even think of spendingthat much on a toy kitchen, as Bella says there are loads of good kitchen toy things about that are all reasonably priced.
As an add on to the suggestions my youngest (girl) is running round with a hammer and screwdriver at the moment, and loves playing with her brothers cars and trains so maybe if you head in that area you can guarantee no-one else will have also bought it.
For her second brithday we bought her a Baby annabell, which she loves, but two other people bought them too, and we now have three Annabells, countless other dolls and a Baby born too! My parents are the worst for surprising us woth gifts that double up on stuff the kids already have. :)
#27
sav08
thats alright mate, my girlfriend is pregnant now and if its a little girl im going to get a rocking horse :p its something that can be kept for yrs and be passed through the family. i found with my other kids all the electronic toys that walk, talk etc last five minutes and are easily bored of, i think its because at that age they like to play with there imagination!! My 5 yr old loves his DS, i got him it when he was 3 so your daughter is probably a touch to young, an idea for next yr though :-D GOOD LUCK :thumbsup:


your buying me a rocking horse!! :giggle:
#28
delboyuk2005uk
What exactly do these wheelybugs do?


They're wooden bases with strong castor wheels underneath, really whizzy with leather animal character on the top that they sit on and whiz around, they take quite a bit of weight too and mum & dad have been known to go on them. They wear really well and are the only toy that my girls own that I'm going to keep in the loft when they've finished to hand down to their children as they're timeless. See the links below, they also have a few on Amazon but not such a good choice.

https://sslrelay.com/s97917119.oneandoneshop.co.uk/sess/utn;jsessionid=1548fa01e80e77d/shopdata/?main_url=product_overview.shopscript

http://www.babycurls.co.uk/wheelybugs_995.php?gclid=CPvP9-2NsZYCFQuH1Qodfn1HLA
banned#29
angelsmummy
your buying me a rocking horse!! :giggle:


im buying our daughter a rocking horse :roll: :)
#30
sav08
im buying our daughter a rocking horse :roll: :)


What type are you buying? Am trying to persuade grandparents that one toy is much more appreciated than loads of little items! (At least I appreciate it more!)
banned#31
kidcat
What type are you buying? Am trying to persuade grandparents that one toy is much more appreciated than loads of little items! (At least I appreciate it more!)


dunno to be honest louise is only 3 month pregnant so not looked into it yet :-D our friend just bought her little girl a mamas and papas gliding rocking horse, you know the one that slides rather than rocks and its stunning! so probably something like that. your right about getting one main present rather than lots of little ones, if kids have loads of smaller toys they get bored easier because there little minds cant handle it all, in my experience anyway :p to many toys is just a waste your better of just having a few main ones. :thumbsup:

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