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What are you getting your 2 year olds?

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floatyflo Sat 17-Oct-15 22:21:48

Dd will be 22 months at Christmas.

Would like some ideas as I'm stumped on what to get her!

Moondancer146 Sat 17-Oct-15 22:30:05

My DD will be 19 months at Christmas and we've bought her a pram and a new dolly, a talking bing bunny, a Betty Hoover and a wooden farm. My mum has bought her a sing along CD player, a pop up tent and puppets. She's also getting stocking fillers of pyjamas, wooden puzzles and books.

TeamBacon Sat 17-Oct-15 22:32:21

Fisher Price Beatbo
Ikea play food
Duplo
Little tikes car
Jigsaws

Somethingpink Sun 18-Oct-15 00:36:43

DD will be 2 at the end of this month. She will be getting

Scooter
Puzzles
Wooden vanity case from asda
IKEA duktig kitchen with accessories
Elc palace and carriage
Peppa and twirly woo figures
IKEA easel

It seems like a lot now I have wrote it down and her birthday is soon but we don't buy anything other than books throughout the year and we have no family that gift presents.

jellyjiggles Sun 18-Oct-15 00:45:07

Ds is 2 and a half and over the last 6 months she's loved her Hoover, play kitchen, scooter, pushchair and dolly, pepper pig dvd's, all story books. She's started dress up. Loves all things colouring in, play doh etc.

2 is such an easy age.

toddlerwrangling Sun 18-Oct-15 01:05:21

DD is nearly 3 and last year she had:

Ikea kitchen, pans and fruit/veg sets
toy buggy
jigsaw puzzles
Toddlebike
Sarah & Duck plush toys
Wooden train set from Father Christmas.

All of the above were great hits and have been well played with throughout the year!

WorldsBiggestGrotbag Sun 18-Oct-15 01:11:27

DD will be 2 next month and is getting a micro scooter and helmet from us, plus a stocking of things like craft stuff/books. My mum is getting her the IKEA play kitchen and my Dad is adding to her Happyland collection. I'm not going overboard as we don't have room for much more (we also have a 14 week old) and I don't want Xmas day to just be a frenzy of present unwrapping.

Senpai Sun 18-Oct-15 05:04:10

DD will be 20 months. We're getting her a balance bike, balls, a booster seat, and my little pony plushie.

Plus cheap stocking stuffers.

Millie2013 Sun 18-Oct-15 07:41:32

We've got DD the Asda wooden shop and cafe, plus wooden accessories

Elllicam Sun 18-Oct-15 07:43:59

DS's are 1 and 2 and are getting a dressing up box (lovingly made by mama), train table, slide, loads of trains and cars.

afreshstartplease Sun 18-Oct-15 07:47:21

Dd 2.8 at Christmas

So far -

Dolls house
New doll
Dolls highchair
Some threading
Doctors set
Books
Peppa duplo type set

Want to get her a scooter too

Bishboshbash Sun 18-Oct-15 07:51:10

DS will be 2.10 at Christmas.
He is getting Duplo, a garage, playdoh, jigsaws, probably more cars and a doctors kit.

toddlerwrangling Sun 18-Oct-15 09:38:10

Oh and this year nearly 3yo DD will be getting:

ELC toy baking kit
4 x tubs play doh
Sarah & Duck DVD, £3 from Amazon
selection of books
tessellating shapes game/toy (bought last year but it was too old for her really so saved it for this year)
inflatable globe (£3 from ELC)
corduroy dog plush toy (£3 from Tiger!)
Ikea eel bath toy (£3)
a tutu (from the White Company summer sale, heavily reduced in store at the end of the sale - bargain!)

They're all quite small/inexpensive things so far this year (mostly bought half price in sales earlier in the year), so we might also get:

- a few musical instruments (eg. cheap tambourine, jingle bells etc. from ELC)
- a few more train set pieces to supplement last year's set

I think Father Christmas will be bringing a micro mini scooter this year. (Mummy will be using her own last year's saved up Christmas presents of John Lewis vouchers to pay for it!)

I also buy small things for a fair few other 2-3 year olds for Christmas, and I find The Book People indispensable for cheap but good quality books (esp. from their book sets which you can split between several children), plus a mini toy or choc coins/net of choc santas.

Also The Works does a 10 kids books for £10 online and if you trawl through the books every so often you can usually find some good quality ones amongst the dross - I just laid in a stack of copies of Alfie's Christmas for toddler presents, super bargains at £1 each and a lovely Christmas book for this age group!

Fueledwithfairydustandgin Sun 18-Oct-15 19:16:47

His main presents are a farm table and the teamson Fire engine (which was an impulse buy from the bargin thread). Then he's getting a dressing up box filled with lots of hats, some bath toys, melissa and Doug puzzles and pizza, wow toys, tractor ted breakfast set, books and a giant teddy we won in a raffle!!!

mrdaddypig Sun 18-Oct-15 20:24:17

for my son
train set - cars tractor ride on of some sort books, not exactly certain what else yet

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