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Digi bird or Little Live Pets for xmas stocking?

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KnittedJimmyBoos Fri 24-Oct-14 23:26:40

Digi bird is about a tenner each - in tesco right now its 15 for two on digi bird, children are 7 and 2 ...

any help very much appreciated!

SlothBear Fri 24-Oct-14 23:34:16

Little live pets records voices and speaks back, they look more fun.

KnittedJimmyBoos Fri 24-Oct-14 23:37:04

I know but digi speak to each other and I will be getting two...

pigleychez Sun 02-Nov-14 13:03:17

I have bought 2 Little live birds for my DDs for xmas. They are 4 and 6.

It was the voice recording that did it for me knowing the girls will have more fun with that feature.
We bought one for my Niece for her birthday in September too. She loved the voice record, as did all the adults! Great fun.

KnittedJimmyChoos Sun 02-Nov-14 13:20:50

Too late Pigley, i got digi birds on offer 2 for 15 in tesco in the end....i hope they like them! hope your girls enjoy live pets.

Rugbylovingmum Sun 02-Nov-14 13:25:57

DD1 (5) has a digibird and loves it. DD2 (2) also loves it and will be getting one of her own for xmas. The only problem is DD1 can whistle at hers to make it sing a tune (the tunes aren't any more irritating than of their other electronic tat) but DD2 can't. She can make it tweet but can't whistle long enough for it to sing a tune so she uses the 'whistle ring' thing which is VERY loud and piercing! I regularly hide it so she has to ask DD1 to whistle instead (bad mummy!). We got them on 2 for £15 and it's been a good buy overall.

KnittedJimmyChoos Sun 02-Nov-14 13:34:51

Oh good thanks Rugby, will be same here, dd1 can whistle dd2 cant I belive they also move their heads?

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