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Totally stuck.. Please help! I have a 1 year old sister and am totally unsure on what to get her for christmas. Was looking at getting her some ugg boots but think she deserves something a littl…
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Totally stuck.. Please help!

I have a 1 year old sister and am totally unsure on what to get her for christmas.

Was looking at getting her some ugg boots but think she deserves something a little more fun..

any girly toys etc that you guys know of?

Budget £0-£40

Thanks, appreciate it!
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
1 year old sister? Ugg boots? :?
#2
there must a toy of some kind you can get her? loads of toys for 1 year olds about
#3
Marina
1 year old sister? Ugg boots? :?


lol yeah! Was looking on the web and found them and though they looked awesome! :-D

-SAVE4IT :santa:
#4
donnaraine
there must a toy of some kind you can get her? loads of toys for 1 year olds about


Not very good in the toys department.. Any particular toys that you think would appeal to a one year old girl?

-SAVE4IT :santa:
#5
will she even know whats going on?

get her a ball or a plastic cup or sumink lol
#6
SAVE4IT;7183750
lol yeah! Was looking on the web and found them and though they looked awesome! :-D

-SAVE4IT :santa:


Oh ok :)

Lots of toys for that age range in ELC, Debenhams (they have a sale), argos etc :thumbsup:
#7
A cardboard box & some wrapping paper! :thumbsup:
suspended#8
Dude shes 1... shes not gonna know whats going on.
#9
SAVE4IT
Not very good in the toys department.. Any particular toys that you think would appeal to a one year old girl?

-SAVE4IT :santa:


what about a ride on sort of toy, i think you can get toys you sit on and they bounce too. i dont know about prices though. maybe an interactive teddy? or one with lots of buttons that make sounds? babies love to be as noisy as possible lol
#10
she wont have a clue, put money in a bank account for her in the future and get her a cheap ball or something.
#11
Loving all the suggestions,

Might take a look in the ELC and try find something there...

All seems like a bit of a mind-field if im honest, she has loads of toys already so want to get her something that she will actually play with

-SAVE4IT :santa:
#12
i bought my 1year old neice elmo live for her birthday last week and she loves it, its abit more than 40 but i used a code a littlewoods. even all the adults at her party loved him.

pink bounce and spin zebra is good to.
#13
ive also bought her a pink leather chair and foot stool for xmas thats really cute. that was 25 from home bargains
#14
SAVE4IT
Loving all the suggestions,

Might take a look in the ELC and try find something there...

All seems like a bit of a mind-field if im honest, she has loads of toys already so want to get her something that she will actually play with

-SAVE4IT :santa:


to be honest she would probablies ignore the toy and play with the box instead!

my niece used to play with a whisk and a sieve when she came round :p
#15
How about getting her a yearly pass to a local childrens farm/ soft play centre?
If you want a toy, the ELC Happy land sets are great. My one year old niece loves this:

http://www.elc.co.uk/toy/happyland-rose-cottage-1/
or something like this:
http://www.elc.co.uk/toy/fp-jungle/

if you want something girly how about this:
http://www.elc.co.uk/toy/fisher-price-laugh-learn-say-please-tea-set/

hope this gives you some ideas, you can buy ELC toys at debenhams, boots and mothercare also so always check them for best prices x
#16
Children change very quickly at this age. Is she just 1year old, or maybe 1 plus a few months?
#17
Shes one, she won't be able to even open the present! Put some money into a bank for her and just get her a little outfit or a book you could read to her.
#18
Early Learning Centre toys, you really can't go wrong.

There is always a voucher around for 20% off, Debenhams were selling a lot of their stuff half price a week or two ago. Staff should be able to advise on suitability too.


Btw, 1 year olds in our family have all been able to open their gifts, and have loved the excitement of all the paper etc. As mentioned above, noisy toys go down very well ;)
#19
chellanash


Funny you mention that - pretty sure she has that already! Got to be the most annoying toy ever.. Toys with sounds I am not a huge fan of ;P
#20
As some have mentioned and as your name suggests:
Put the money in the bank for her.
I don't think she's going to notice one present missing from her brother and she'll appreciate it more later on! :thumbsup:
#21
if you can afford another tenner on the budget youve said, get her a premium bond. our daughter has a few and has won twice now.
#22
Premium bonds for a one year old, lol
banned#23
Give her the box off something you get, she´ll not have a clue what´s going on.

UGG boots? Do you think she will even care?
#24
Get her some books, she'll get more out of being sat on your knee and being read to than she will ever get out of any toy.
We're Going on a Bear Hunt, the Very Hungry Caterpillar and I Love You This Much are always ace reads for wee ones. You'll enjoy reading them to her too!!
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Jetpac
she wont have a clue, put money in a bank account for her in the future and get her a cheap ball or something.


+1 def
#26
SAVE4IT
Loving all the suggestions,

Might take a look in the ELC and try find something there...

All seems like a bit of a mind-field if im honest, she has loads of toys already so want to get her something that she will actually play with

-SAVE4IT :santa:


Get her a lil toy, go into mothercare or ELC or summin and pick up the nearest one that looks funky and says " suitable for over 12 months" then go buy her some clothes for 12 to 18 months age bracket...... she'll love the toy and you get MAJOR brownie points with your Mum ;-)

My son bought his lil brother t shirts just as he himself likes to wear :roll:
#27
Oh another idea.....

My son bought his lil brother a digital photo frame and put on loads of pics of all of us and then set it up in lil mans bedroom...... lil man gets so excited seeing pics of himself doing things and pics of all of us... he loves it xxxxx

My girls have always received silver baby jewellery for their first birthdays.... baby bangles like this...

http://www.silvergroves.co.uk/ecommerce/Scripts/prodList2~idCategory~24~Silver~Baby~Bracelets.htm?_$ja=kw:silver+baby+bangle|cgn:Silver+Baby+Bracelets|cgid:1207473288|tsid:6482|cn:UK+Silverware+Products|cid:34054638|lid:586026048|mt:Phrase|nw:search|crid:3341605308

http://www.victoriasjewellery.co.uk/shop/info_BASICB684.html

Trying to find a link that works! I wore mine from when I was a baby till they literally wore off my wrist a couple of yrs ago xxxx
#28
My lil boy has just turned one. For xmas he is getting the Bounce and Spin Zebra, they do it in pink for girls too http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002K12T9M/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_3?pf_rd_p=471057153&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B002DGTGFE&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=195XMB3K9JE710ZTW4SX

Also blocks are always a hit :)
#29
4lyons09
My lil boy has just turned one. For xmas he is getting the Bounce and Spin Zebra, they do it in pink for girls too http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002K12T9M/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_3?pf_rd_p=471057153&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B002DGTGFE&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=195XMB3K9JE710ZTW4SX

Also blocks are always a hit :)


^^^ wow that's really come down in price hasn't it!!
#30
I think putting some money in account for her is prob the best idea. Thats what I did for my sons first birthday and I just bought him a couple of little bits as they get so much from the rest of the family! There are a range of books called 'Thats not my....' and they are great. For girls they do thats not my princess, thats not my fairy, thats not my dolly and a few others. Would be lovely for her to have big brother read her a pretty girly story :)
#31
linuxlinks
Premium bonds for a one year old, lol


and thats wrong cos?????

no different to other suggestions of putting money in the piggybank.
#32
Emmamed
and thats wrong cos?????

no different to other suggestions of putting money in the piggybank.


yep used to be quite traditional to buy for babies-and with the interest rate could be a better choice:roll:
#33
i got one of my childminding children a ragdoll for her 1st birthday, brightly coloured and small enough for her to carry/hold and soft, i got it from boots, she likes cuddling it and playing wih it's pigtails. (round about £10)

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