my dd's just got a box of 'soft stuff' (playdo to the rest of us, just the ELC version) - called a "fashion set" and there are a whole bunch of bits that she can make items of clothing and shoes with for the little doll thing that comes with it. Age recommendation on it is 3-6, dd got it the other day for her 5th birthday but it would be ideal for any little girl 4 or 5 ish imo. it's not a big thing at all but she's absolutely loving it, it will probably fit in an airtight sandwich box.
Well I need an idea for her main present but my mum needs some ideas too lol so probably £25 ish and then £45 ish could go a bit more for the right thing. I have totally run out of ideas but she does love play doh so Im off to check out elc now! Thanks
we got dd a heap mp3 player and some child-size headphones for her 4th birthday, cost about £50 in total, and put all her aggravating fairytale stories on it. She adores it! (and we're spared the thirty renditions of 'Little mermaid' every night)
Summer - my DD has had all of them for between 18 months and 2 years, and as well as her 7 yo brother playing with them, all his friends play with them and all her friends and many younger ones too. I also regularly knock the whole lot over with the Dyson wire. The cat scratches at them all the time, and enjoys a game of footie with the round cakes. They are still all in excellent condition.
oooo taffeta.... sooo tempting. A wooden toy website i frequent has free delivery until tonight and stocks both the wooden kitchen sets. <<< muses on whether the credit card has anything left to give >>>