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What are you giving your 8 and 5yo dd's this year?

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lucysmam Sat 21-Nov-15 13:40:39

I've saved £120 to go shopping next week but now I have it, I can't decide what to actually buy the girls confused

What are you giving yours?

ElasticPants Sat 21-Nov-15 13:50:17

I have a 6 1/2 year old, so in the middle of your two, and she has:

Doh Vinci play dough
A mini drone
Jigsaw
Horrible histories book set
Lego elves

Nearlyadoctor Sat 21-Nov-15 14:18:16

DD is 8 and she's having :

MLP Playdoh
Labyrinth game
Lego elves
Lego creator
Playmobil pony sets
Playmobil take along stable
Harry Potter colouring book
Hetty Feather series of books
DS game

Dancergirl Sat 21-Nov-15 23:12:32

My dd is 8, she's getting:

Fur real unicorn
Lego friends set
Clothes for her 2 Gotz dolls
Onesie
Aquarellium craft set

PogoBob Sat 21-Nov-15 23:21:44

DD is 5, has got Sing along Elsa, Anna toddler doll, Lalaloopsy dolls, Alfie toy dog, MLP stuff, Little Miss book set, some frozen bits and pieces, play doh set

MummyPig24 Sun 22-Nov-15 07:25:54

5yo dd has got a maxi micro scooter from us.

MummyPig24 Sun 22-Nov-15 07:27:08

Sorry I pressed post too soon!

Ds1 is giving her a doh Vinci set.
Ds2 is giving her sweets (intended for Santa sack but ds1 found them so had to re think!)

I'm not sure what the rest of our family is getting her, apart from my dad because I ordered it and it's the Cinderella movie dress.

backinschool Sun 22-Nov-15 16:46:35

DD1 has just turned 6 and is getting:

playmobil sets (a pony one and a park one)
new ballet and modern dance outfits (she needs them anyway but I may as well wrap them for xmas)
Girl Wonder books
a magic set
fluffy notebook with glittery gel pens and magic markers
a barbie and a barbie dvd
mousetrap
a christmas jumper
playmobil and littlest pet shop figures for her stocking plus bath stuff, more pens, hair glitter and a glow stick wand.

Clueing4looks Sun 22-Nov-15 16:53:52

My 8 and 6 yo god daughters are both really into the disney descendants, so I bought them the book and soundtrack of the movie and a mal doll each.

LimboNovember Sun 22-Nov-15 17:36:10

dd8

Lego creator

cup cake mountain play dough

furby boom

chess set

the new Gothic girl book

lego elves

djeco craft set

john adams hot wires

Shemozzle Sun 22-Nov-15 18:30:02

Dd8 is getting:
Kindle fire kids
Playmobil penguin set (wouldn't have got this if I knew I was going to get the kindle)
Lego Elves
Ramona and Beezus box set books
Harry Potter illustrated book
Couple of Manga books about a cat she collects
A wild Republic soft toy
BrainBox animals
She's also getting the John Adams Super Graph from my mum.

biscuitsfordinner Sun 22-Nov-15 18:56:32

DD 8 is getting:
Lego Elves
Top Model Book
Beano Annual
David Walliams new book
Hamper filled with Lush and Primark bits
Joanna Bashford Colouring book
Skylanders figures

lucysmam Sun 22-Nov-15 19:24:07

Some good ideas! Thank you all.

I've paid more attention than usual to the "ooh I like that" type comments when they're watching telly this weekend grin. Usually I just sort of go "uh-huh, that's nice".

Books are sorted - my dad has bought them a large-ish selection between them so I think more will be overkill for the moment.

I'm on with dress up dresses (Snow White and new Cinderella).

I think I'm going to go for play d'oh for the youngest (possibly the sparkly one I spied earlier) and a Shopkins set if I can find one they don't already have between them.

And for the oldest, Minecraft StoryMode (think that's what it is?) and a craft set of some sort. She likes the look of the Sew Cool machine but I'm not overly sure after reading reviews and asking on here about them.

I should have change left for onesies, stocking fillers and some christmassy sweets I think. Maybe even a dress each if I'm careful with it.

They've asked for a WiiU as a joint present but I'm still undecided about that one. I thought they were handheld thingys but they seem to be consoles & I'm not entirely convinced having one between them won't lead to huffing and puffing.

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