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MilkNoSugarPlease Thu 20-Oct-11 13:03:02

Need a gift for a 6mo under £6 please!!

TIA!!

GoodAndBluts Thu 20-Oct-11 13:03:35

An empty box and wrapping paper!

Marne Thu 20-Oct-11 13:47:18

A box with a balloon in it (so when she opens it the balloon pops up)??

attheendoftheday Thu 20-Oct-11 15:53:39

Lots of nice cheap things at Ikea. How about this mobile, these stacking cups, this cloth book or these blocks?

chirpchirp Thu 20-Oct-11 20:05:18

Second for the stacking cups from Ikea, they're great for in the bath too.

celebmum Fri 21-Oct-11 09:07:33

Those ikea blocks recommended by attheendoftheday are great! I got some ages ago (same thing slightly diff design!) for DSs nursery before he was even born! He's 18m old now and loves to get them down and play with them! They're still in perfect nick too so well worth a fiver! smile

Trills Fri 21-Oct-11 09:08:23

Bottle of wine for the parents, the 6 month old won't know or care.

Tinkerisdead Fri 21-Oct-11 09:09:25

Tomy squeaky eggs.

ChaosTrulyReigns Fri 21-Oct-11 09:33:11

I just joined the thread to suggest the eggs.

grin

But as it's you myfriend howabout this little cutie?

MilkNoSugarPlease Fri 21-Oct-11 09:55:40

Thanks all! I love the IKEA bits but that involves going to IKEA...something I reserve purely for days when I need stress grin

Gift is really for his sisters benefit who will want to know why he doesn't get a gift grin

Parents have a bottle of scotch grin

chaos grin if the actually did plush Starbucks cup toys, then any child I know would get one grin that picture is cute though!!!

Maybe the eggs are the way to go !!

prolificwillybreeder Fri 21-Oct-11 12:15:17

The eggs are brilliant!

lilolilmanchester Fri 21-Oct-11 13:14:36

if he has an older sister, likely that there are lots of toys in the house anyway? What about a t-shirt or something in a bigger size, say 9-12 months, as presumably they've not been able to pass on (m)any of his sister's clothes?

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