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Hi I'm looking for suggestions as to what to get my 3 year old daughter for christmas, and I'm hoping you lovely people can help. Already covered are go go hamsters vtech camera dolls house B… Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
Hi I'm looking for suggestions as to what to get my 3 year old daughter for christmas, and I'm hoping you lovely people can help.

Already covered are
go go hamsters
vtech camera
dolls house
Barbie and princess carriage.

She quite forward and already has the vtech laptop type things, I've got around £200 to spend but would rather get a few smaller bits than one big thing.

All help greatly appreciated rep given for the best suggestions.
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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1 Like #2
did you get the asda dolls house?

Ohhh have you seen the happyland stuff at debenhams? x

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/530577/happyland-village-playset-was-70-no
1 Like #3
i'm looking at getting one of these, most kids love water play!
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.205-1109.aspx

I also got one of these for my little one, got mine in the amazon misprice for £17.50 :-D
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3835739/Trail/searchtext%3
EROSE+PETAL+COTTAGE.htm
1 Like #5
oh a baby doll and small pram?and lots of making a mess stuff..playdoh/paints/art easel(pink ones in TRU are £20 and fab!)...kitchen/pots and pans/hoover(obviously not a real one unless you plug it in for he...always be safe...and dont have her hoovering the stairs!!JOKE)......
#6


Thanks but already got a kitchen role play is kinda where I'm thinking though, rep left.
#7


Awww how gorgeous are they, my little one would love them :-D
#8
ClarityofMind
did you get the asda dolls house?

Ohhh have you seen the happyland stuff at debenhams? x

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/530577/happyland-village-playset-was-70-no


No got a wooden one with her name on it that looks a nice one too though
#9
Use the tabs at the top and click on "kids" and "deals" and go through..... sooooooooo much gorgeous stuff at the moment!!
#10
ClarityofMind
Use the tabs at the top and click on "kids" and "deals" and go through..... sooooooooo much gorgeous stuff at the moment!!


COM dont tell me stuff like that, I have spent sooo much already !! :w00t:
#11
Omg just realised what a spoilt child I have we have all of those things sand and water table, tiaras, dress up, kitchens, dolls and prams she really likes the rose petal cottage how big is it really does anyone know just not sure I have the room for it lol
#12
munnski
COM dont tell me stuff like that, I have spent sooo much already !! :w00t:


lol, me too, hundreds and it isn't even December yet!!! :w00t:

muuuuuuuuuuust resiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiist ;-)
#13
mrspodington
Omg just realised what a spoilt child I have we have all of those things sand and water table, tiaras, dress up, kitchens, dolls and prams she really likes the rose petal cottage how big is it really does anyone know just not sure I have the room for it lol


I'll get back to you on how big it is boxing day :w00t: it does say the 2 halfs fit into each other to store. Maybe only spend £50 on bits for her to open and put the rest of it in her bank account. You might see something later in the year that she might like, you could use the money then :?.
Make the most of being able to do that while there young they soon learn how much things cost :whistling:
#14
Please don't take offence, but as a parent myself I think it is rather sad that you don't know what to buy your OWN child for Christmas and have ask strangers, doesn't that amount to buying present for a present's sake and make it less personal? What I'd do is spend a little more time interacting with the child rather just showering your child with gifts, maybe that's the greatest gift of all!!!
#15
trust me it doesnt get any easier to stop buying as they get older!!!BE THANKFUL she is too young for hannah montana and hsm....
#16
Bluerinse
Please don't take offence, but as a parent myself I think it is rather sad that you don't know what to buy your OWN child for Christmas and have ask strangers, doesn't that amount to buying present for a present's sake and make it less personal? What I'd do is spend a little more time interacting with the child rather just showering your child with gifts, maybe that's the greatest gift of all!!!


Thats what these threads are for... to share ideas and find deals xxx
#17
ClarityofMind
Thats what these threads are for... to share ideas and find deals xxx


The idea I shared was to spend more time with the child, rather than spoil her (as admitted) senseless!
#18
We got the small one of these and even my 9 year old son plays on it. They are fab toys an really well made, can hold the weight of and adult (if your tempted :giggle:) They do a larger one for 3-5yrs i think in lots of designs there called wheely bugs.

http://i940.photobucket.com/albums/ad245/leilahfun/wheely.jpg
#19
ClarityofMind
lol, me too, hundreds and it isn't even December yet!!! :w00t:

muuuuuuuuuuust resiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiist ;-)


:giggle: I know I thought I would start early and save, but I just haven't stopped yet :w00t:
#20
Bluerinse
The idea I shared was to spend more time with the child, rather than spoil her (as admitted) senseless!


But maybe she plays with her with all the things shes buying, I think you are being a bit judgemental when you don't even know the OP
#21
Bluerinse
The idea I shared was to spend more time with the child!


No offence taken but this child has full on one on one attention from me all day every day starting with play doh baking playing schools going to the park helping me make lunch wash up do tea have a bath etc etc ( not always in that order ) yes I understand it might seem strange to ak strangers but I'm only looking for suggestions.I work the opposite way and my children only recieve gifts on birthdays and christmas so we usually make these big occasions, guess everyones different but for me it wouldn't be christmas without all the presents.
#22
leilahfun
We got the small one of these and even my 9 year old son plays on it. They are fab toys an really well made, can hold the weight of and adult (if your tempted :giggle:) They do a larger one for 3-5yrs i think in lots of designs there called wheely bugs.

http://i940.photobucket.com/albums/ad245/leilahfun/wheely.jpg


OOOOh I like that wheres it from
#23
munnski
But maybe she plays with her with all the things shes buying, I think you are being a bit judgemental when you don't even know the OP


And you also could be presumptuous (when you don't even know the OP) to think that she maybe plays with her with all the things she's buying. Touche!
#24
mrspodington
No offence taken but this child has full on one on one attention from me all day every day starting with play doh baking playing schools going to the park helping me make lunch wash up do tea have a bath etc etc ( not always in that order ) yes I understand it might seem strange to ak strangers but I'm only looking for suggestions.I work the opposite way and my children only recieve gifts on birthdays and christmas so we usually make these big occasions, guess everyones different but for me it wouldn't be christmas without all the presents.


Don't worry hun, nothing wrong with asking suggestions when you are stuck. Some people are just too judgemental and think they have the right to judge people from one comment, ignore it :thumbsup:
#25
Why not adopt an animal from a local zoo, I don't know what you get these days but you used to get free trips to the zoo to see your animal
#26
Bluerinse
And you also could be presumptuous (when you don't even know the OP) to think that she maybe plays with her with all the things she's buying. Touche!


Your right, I might be presumptuous to think she does play with her child all the time, but I didn't butt in and say that, you don't know the OP so personally should have stayed out the thread, she wasn't looking for comments like that.....
1 Like #27
Does she like dressing up? Could maybe get some of the Disney Princess dresses, my little one loves these :-D
#28
munnski
Does she like dressing up? Could maybe get some of the Disney Princess dresses, my little one loves these :-D


Yes thought about these I think they may well go on the list as she and a friend came down dressed in all the clothes out of her wardrobe yesterday lol. Think we shall put a tick on that one.
#29
How bout replenish all your nice messy paints clays sparkles etc :)
#30
hi hun this is where i got mine from, depending on which design you want you might find them cheaper
http://www.thatcuteage.com/5-Play-Learn/c109p1-Ride-On-Toys/p529-Wheely-Bug-Ride-On-Toy

Have you got a trampoline i cant get my one of it when the weather is nice.
#31
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/oxfam-unwrapped-animal-lovers/OU4007LS?ito=1482
This will probably teach your kids (and yourselves) the meaning of Christmas
#32
Bluerinse
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/oxfam-unwrapped-animal-lovers/OU4007LS?ito=1482
This will probably teach your kids (and yourselves) the meaning of Christmas


wow have you got a 3 year old :? try explaining that one :whistling:
#33
Bluerinse
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/oxfam-unwrapped-animal-lovers/OU4007LS?ito=1482
This will probably teach your kids (and yourselves) the meaning of Christmas


Please there was no harm meant by my post but charity begins at home all I asked for were suggestions and what I choose to do with our hard earned money is completely my choice If I choose to spoil my children at christmas then I will if you are in any way offended by my actions then please do not continue to read and post that my friend is your choice.
#34
leilahfun
wow have you got a 3 year old :? try explaining that one :whistling:


Mine's just turned 4 and if the OP's child is as forward as the OP thinks she'll have no trouble explaining about all the unfortunate people in the world who have less than we do. my child understands that and why she prays to baby Jesus every night to look after the people... :thumbsup:
#35
Bluerinse
Mine's just turned 4 and if the OP's child is as forward as the OP thinks she'll have no trouble explaining about all the unfortunate people in the world who have less than we do. my child understands that and why she prays to baby Jesus every night to look after the people... :thumbsup:


what is it too cold to be knocking on peoples doors preaching so your doing here instead :whistling:
#36
leilahfun
what is it too cold to be knocking on peoples doors preaching so your doing here instead :whistling:


Bored now! nite all
banned#37
Bluerinse
Mine's just turned 4 and if the OP's child is as forward as the OP thinks she'll have no trouble explaining about all the unfortunate people in the world who have less than we do. my child understands that and why she prays to baby Jesus every night to look after the people... :thumbsup:


my god it sounds like a fun happy household:whistling:
banned#38
Bluerinse
Bored now! nite all


pray time,lmao
#39
Pmsl all I wanted was a few suggestions and now I've started a religious war it could only happen to me I feel so guilty now I will have to buy more presents to make up for it
#40
mrspodington
Pmsl all I wanted was a few suggestions and now I've started a religious war it could only happen to me I feel so guilty now I will have to buy more presents to make up for it


look through there previous threads and they say,

"Yeah I gonna try wire wool on my £160 D&G sunglasses, good advice, thanks "

must spend there money on themselves not the kids :whistling:

Anyway i hope you have a few more ideas

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