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Toy fish figures??!

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TarnishdWithAshAndSootgremlin Fri 12-Dec-14 13:22:15

I have finished my 3 year old's Christmas shopping, but a couple of weeks ago he decided he wanted to write to Father Christmas (dictated to me, and initialled by him, with the all important full stop!)

He asked for a polar bear, teddies and toy fish.

He already has a little teddy in his stocking so I picked him up a bigger polar bear teddy as that's what he really wanted and he has mentioned it a bit since.

However he's also mentioned the fish again and I know I Santa doesn't have to bring everything but it's such a modest request that I'm getting...twitchy fgrin

Does anyone know what he might have in mind by toy fish? He doesn't watch much tv with adverts but might have seen something. When pressed he said 'fish figures'. He likes Octonauts and is getting some as his main present so I only want a cheap stocking filler.

Any ideas? Thanks.

BlueChampagne Fri 12-Dec-14 13:23:40

Google Robo Fish - he can have it in the bath.

SageSeymour Fri 12-Dec-14 13:28:09

Yes it's a robo fish . Argos sell them

dashoflime Fri 12-Dec-14 13:32:33

I read that as fish Fingers I was going to suggest these. Your poor Ds would have been disappointed.

fuzzpig Fri 12-Dec-14 13:36:18

If he's not meaning something advertised, but just generally wants fish toys, wild republic do lots eg
Wild Republic Aquatic Poly Bag of Figures

TarnishdWithAshAndSootgremlin Fri 12-Dec-14 14:27:16

He watches Dino Dan on CITV and sometimes I'm too busy mumsnetting cooking dinner to ff the ads, I imagine if he'd seen those Robo fish he'd definitely want one. Think that must be it, thank you fsmile

Those sea creatures look good though too, fuzzpig, they would be great for his Octonaut adventures - I knew I shouldn't have strayed onto Amazon again!

dashoflime that made me laugh - I actually think ds would be quite delighted with a box of pretend fish fingers - I have to draw the line somewhere though, and I think it's there fgrin


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