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  • #1276

    SR
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    Hi

    What are you all getting for your little ones for christmas?

    I am struggling to come up with ideas for my 2.5 year old. Everytime we try to write Father Christmas a letter asking for what he wants, it is “a purple car” andthen i go and? and he goes ” ummm, another purple car”???

    The 5 month old girl, i am just going to get some baby toys, bath toys and some clothes she needs. She is too young to know really – but what about my boy, all he wants are cars and he has so many already!!

     

    help please?

    #1279

    Maria
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    A multistory car park for his cars?  Complete with ramp for launching?  Do you have a handyman kind of person in your family or circle of friends?  :-)

    #1281

    Nini
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    Love that idea Maria!

     

    Especially if he already has so many cars, perhaps something to display them all in.  Good thinking!

    #1284

    SR
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    Thanks Maria, you aren’t going to believe this, but last night i spoke to my dad about what we can get him, and my dad’s suggestion was that we make him a “town” with petrol station ect, car parks, schools, shops and roads. So that is going to be my dad and my task over the next few weeks for his christams gift.

    #1289

    Anonymous

    @SR That sounds like a marvellous gift that will be remembered and passed on to the next generation.

    #1444

    desperado
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    Oh yes car park is very good Idea.   Bought my boy one about a year ago (hes now 3.5 years)  And he plays with it almost everyday.  My 5 year old girl also loves it:-)

    Mega blocks is also always a winner.  My kids have lego box and megablock box and every birthday or christmas someone somewhere buy them a set and they play with it daily.

    My 5 year old gets a Hairdresser barbie and my 3 year old boy gets Spiderman lego

    I also ask my boy what do you want and it’s the same.  They want one thing and that’s it.!

    I don’t think my 5 year old was ever surprised about her present.  She always knows what she want and I always end up buying just that as her heart is set on it (as long as it’s reasonable though)

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