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My fav xmas websites

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lilyj2010 Mon 03-Oct-11 11:12:01

Currently I am making purchases on the following sites

http://www.maisystoybox.co.uk - has the most beautiful little toys for my daughter

http://www.achica.com/658237/laural

www.argos.co.uk - great for bargains, got my daughter 18 months a small kitchen for £13.99

http://www.elc.co.uk/ - happyland bargains and play food

http://hmv.com/hmvweb/home.do - few xmas dvds and disney bogof

http://www.thebookpeople.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/qs_category_tbp?categoryId=48103&storeId=10001&catalogId=10051&langId=100 - winnie the pooh boxset and gruffalo pack

http://www.boots.com/ - 3 for 2 on kids pjs, toys, soap and glory

Have any of you got any great sites??

pyjamasinbananas Mon 03-Oct-11 11:16:18

That maisystoybox is lovely!! Thank you for sharing that DD is 18months and DS is 2.9 so that will be a great place to get their presents!!

I swear by amazon though! I hunt out what I want from other toy shops then look on there as it's cheaper grin

lilyj2010 Mon 03-Oct-11 11:37:29

i found maisys through facebook lol. Yeah so much on it that cant resist. There is also http://www.gorgeoustoys.co.uk, very similar 2 maisys. Had a whole pile of sites but d'uh me forgets them. So put out a request for others lol. Yeah i used amazon and ordered dd raggy dolls and rainbow dvds lol, more for myself tho :P

pyjamasinbananas Mon 03-Oct-11 11:49:39

I loved the raggydolls!! DS is currently into thundercats much the DPs happiness!!

I was only going to do one present per child as they get so much from everyone else but having seen these sites that's quickly going out the window!

lilyj2010 Mon 03-Oct-11 12:42:42

lol I agree. I have my daughter more than sorted but I keep finding things and just have to buy them. I just say ah she only be small once lol!! Usually other get dd money, gift vouchers or clothes so I tend to think well ill get her all her toys. Happy shopping!

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