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4.5 year xmas pressies

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cherryapple Sun 07-Nov-10 18:09:29

Hi, I really dont know what to buy my 4.5 year old daughter for xmas.Anyone else in the same dilemma what is a 4 year old girls favourite this year?

sillytart Sun 07-Nov-10 18:55:36

Mine is having:

Doll's pushchair
Barbie Fashion Fairytale
Playmobil Camper Van

Other family members will be getting
Toy Story 3 Jessie Doll
Guess Who Extra
Pink Lego
Barbie in a pink car

Bingtata Sun 07-Nov-10 21:28:19

My DD is 4.5 and on her list is a leapster explorer, moon dough, a sweet shop (casdon one), lego, in my pockets and littlest pet shop animals.

I know 3 other girls the same age who are getting leapsters too, but otherwise it is hard because their interests are so diverse now, for example, my DD does not like sylvanian families or playmobil at all, but I know other girls the same age who adore these. So I guess it depends on what your DD likes, can you not flick idly through the Argos catalogue with her or get her to help write a letter to Father Christmas?

cherryapple Mon 08-Nov-10 11:14:41

Thankyou for your replies I am so stuck the Leapster sounds like an idea though. I have been through Argos and at this age she has no favs just wants everything haha.

muddleduck Mon 08-Nov-10 11:17:15

Huge box full of craft stuff.
(paint, paper, glitter pens, stickers, coloured card etc etc etc)

we already have far too many toys grin

tummytickler Mon 08-Nov-10 11:59:55

Mine is getting a Lalaloopsy doll, more craft stuff to add to her box, a mini chest of drawers, cushions (she loves cushions!), and I will get her a box of Playmobil bits (from ebay), just a mix of bits, not a set.
Also a Puzzle and the new Guess Who game.

tummytickler Mon 08-Nov-10 12:03:24

Also this

HotchpotchHoney Mon 08-Nov-10 12:21:12

lalaloopsy dolls
hama beads
my little pony
dolls pram
more sylvanian families bits

CherryMonster Mon 08-Nov-10 12:22:38

dd2 (4.7) wants a doodle penguin, pig goes pop and a chocolate egg maker.

yellowflowers Mon 08-Nov-10 12:59:37

love the idea of huge box of craft stuff

AcrylicAfternoons Mon 08-Nov-10 14:46:10

What's a lalaloopsy doll? I just googled and they look a bit freaky... What do they do?

Horton Mon 08-Nov-10 18:27:59

DD is 4.3 at Christmas and will be getting

play fridge to go with her other toy kitchen bits

craft stuff - beads and stuff to string them on and pretty paper for collages and cardmaking, plus glitter etc.

Playmobil camper van

Doll (more grown up than her others, a girl one not a baby one)


These aren't all from us, btw, we're giving her the fridge, the craft stuff and a stocking of tat.

OhCobblers Mon 08-Nov-10 20:09:10

does she have a bike or a scooter already?

HotchpotchHoney Mon 08-Nov-10 20:52:50

AA - they don;t really do anything, but the little girls are going crazy for them this year. knowing my luck as i managed to get dd1 2 of them they will be resigned to the bottom of the toy box never to be played with like last years go go hamsters.

cherryapple Tue 09-Nov-10 09:28:48

I just googled the Lalaloopsy dolls and they are cute I have to say but why are they so expensive what is so special about them? I have never heard of them

PavlovtheCat Tue 09-Nov-10 12:00:14

some games (operation, and something else like this)
a new babyborn doll and horse (to replace her doll that she has trashed/broke badly).
a micro scooter from her god parents
Littliest Pet Shop stuff for her stocking

not sure what else, this is probably plenty tbh, i don't want christmas to be spent opening presents and nothing else.

tel1 Tue 23-Nov-10 12:40:31

anyone know is there a difference between the leapster 2 and the leapster explorer (apart from the price) can the same games be played on both...?

also anyone have any views on the mobigo? is this better?

I also have a just turned 5 girl looking for a pressie

otherwise I have got her barbie mermaid dvd and doll plus bits

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