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Present ideas for 2 year old girl please!

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Yeeyeelovesraaraa Sun 02-Oct-16 19:27:37

DD turns 2 a few weeks before Christmas & am in need of ideas for both occasions.

We're thinking about getting a play shop for one but no idea for the other. Ideally we want things that'll last her throughout the following year. Doesnt have to be big - could be a few smaller items.

She is DC2 so we already have playhouse & small cooker, easel, trampoline, balance bike (although too big atm), happyland, duplo etc all handed down from DS. She's also already got a baby & pushchair.

Any suggestions welcomed!

meringue33 Sun 02-Oct-16 20:14:47

Books are a really good gift. Some lovely books for her age if you don't have already include:
The Tiger Who Came to Tea
The Lulu series

GizmoFrisby Sun 02-Oct-16 20:16:24

Watching this as I need ideas too....

Misty9 Sun 02-Oct-16 20:27:25

Kiddizoom camera? Dd same age loves pretending to take photos. A big selection of craft stuff? Consumables so won't take up lots of space (see my thread on alternatives to 'stuff' !) Agree with books. DD still loves all her 'that's not my' books whilst ds wasn't remotely interested at that age!

Scooter? Dd loves her micro scooter and is still using the d handlebar until she's big enough for the proper ones.

Yeeyeelovesraaraa Sun 02-Oct-16 22:13:36

Thanks for the suggestions so far.

Meringue - hadn't thought about books! we have a few of the Lulu books already (which she loves) but not the other two so will def look those out.

Funny you should mention kiddizoom Misty9. DS got his out today for the first time in ages - DD loved it! So would probably enjoy one of her own.
Ooh...scooter - fab idea, she really loves anything that moves so pretty sure that'd be a hit.

Gizmo hope this is some help for you smile.

Keep em coming folks!

nocutsnobuttsnococonuts Sun 02-Oct-16 22:26:46

Other ideas for books
Dave's breakfast blast off
The dinosaur who pooped christmas
The little princess series by Tony Ross
Mog books
the fairytale hairdresser
Keith the cat in the magic hat
Barry the fish with fingers

We love books here!

Other things dd's loved at 2 and enjoyed for a long time!
Puppet theatre with finger puppets
Leapfrog picnic basket
Fisher price teaset
Pull along wagon (a cheap character one from the entertainer)
ELC rosies world dolls and car (like a smaller child version of barbie)
Dressing up costumes
Paw patroller, the vehicles & pups.
Busy books - normally £5 in supermarkets have a book, 12 figures and playmat. Lots of characters available smile

Diamondsandpears Mon 03-Oct-16 07:19:21

Personalised bag/blanket
Washable chubby pens and colouring/sticker books

PonderingLikeAPond Mon 03-Oct-16 07:27:49

Ikea wooden easel/chalkboard
Balance Bike
Toot toot stuff

evilgiraffe Mon 03-Oct-16 07:45:10

We got DD1 a farm for her second birthday. Three months on she is still playing with it every day with no sign of slowing down. We are really pleased with it, and all the bits fit inside and the sides fold up so it's a great portable toy for stays away from home too.

newtothenet Mon 03-Oct-16 07:53:49

I'm making a home made dressing up box (hats, dresses, necklaces etc rather than proper outfits) for my daughter.

Misty9 Mon 03-Oct-16 18:53:50

We've got that farm too evil and dd loves it too!

T0ddlerSlave Mon 03-Oct-16 19:04:08

It was baby mania for DD at that age, so a bag of baby accessories would be a good buy - bottle, bib, comb etc.

Playdoh would be good too. With the implements, cutters etc.

Yeeyeelovesraaraa Wed 05-Oct-16 22:42:18

Thanks for the extra suggestions!
Like the farm Evil & baby accessories great idea T0ddler she is mad on her baby at the mo so would love that.

d270r0 Thu 06-Oct-16 09:45:10

Set of 5 hats here at tq toys, melissa and doug, only £4.99 as sold without packaging.

5 meliisa and doug hats

Goldenhandshake Thu 06-Oct-16 11:03:12

DD is 2, her xmas list that we and family will be buying her includes:

12 days of xmas board book
Tiger who came to tea floor puzzle
Frozen microphone and stand
dinosaur pyjamas
teletubby figures
Happyland village pieces
Playmobil 123 digger
playmobil 123 reindeer and sled
Some peppa weebles figures (she got the peppa weeble house last yr)
Little tikes cash register
Swimming dory toy
Frozen fever figure set
Peter rabbit jack in the box
meg and mog book set
The crocodile under the bed book

Mol1628 Thu 06-Oct-16 11:05:01

Balance bike/scooter

HughLauriesStubble Thu 06-Oct-16 23:43:53

Our little girl will be getting a cheap ride on tractor older bro is getting a decent one so easiest way to stop fights an Imaginext pirate ship and a big Sylvanian dollhouse that I got an amazing discount on. She loves Imaginext stuff. Might have to hold back some of the smaller Sylvanian parts but secretly cannot wait to play with it myself

Plus smaller stocking fillers and books.

If she's getting a shop, you could accessorise with basket/play food etc? My 2 love the Melissa and Douglas wooden food sets.

cheekyfunkymonkey Thu 06-Oct-16 23:50:37

Playmobil stuff, dolls accessories if she is into them and has a favourite, dress up stuff, bath toys, sewing cards, Mr potato head.

Frannyboo90 Mon 10-Oct-16 22:08:40

I think I'm going to get my dad who is 2.5 the asda wooden dolls house but get some of the posher rosebud elc accessories for it, the actual house is £35 from asda though rather than £100 smile she got the asda wooden kitchen last year and has played with it like loads xx

Frannyboo90 Mon 10-Oct-16 22:09:15


user1469534265 Tue 11-Oct-16 17:53:04

Franny- we did your idea and just to say the ELC sets go very well with the Asda dolls house and saves you a fortune too. It's been a big hit over the last 18 months and one of the most popular toys when friends come round too- very robust!

Frannyboo90 Tue 11-Oct-16 19:36:10

Oh that's great to know user ❤ thankyou very much xx

Sugarcrystal2002 Tue 11-Oct-16 21:28:33

Watching this thread as DD is 23m on Christmas day. DH and I have different views over whether she'll be old enough for a toy kitchen then

Frannyboo90 Wed 12-Oct-16 13:52:09

Sugar my little girl got her kitchen on her 2nd Christmas when she was about 19m and she's played with it a lot more since she's turned 2 xx

Frannyboo90 Wed 12-Oct-16 13:53:06

My mil has offered to buy dolls house which is lovely off her but that was my big present idea! Should I just get her all the sets to go with?! Xx

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