Not that I've left my Christmas shopping until the last minute, but can you tell me what you've got your 5 yo girls and 8/9 yo boys?(31 Posts)
Preferably that I can get off Amazon..
I've got my 8yo a big present (mini ipad) so only need stocking fillers really. Haven't got anything really for my 4 year old daughter. Her list didn't really help me.
My dd4 year old is getting pirate playmobil, the school playmobil, Disney animator dolls, doggy doo game, pirate pop up game, a scooter, my little pony and colouring bits.
DS is 7 but nearly 8
Guiness world records gamers edition
Second hand Xbox game
I got a 5yo girl a lava lamp. For recent 4 & 5yo girls birthday's I've got lots of crafty things from places like B&M. They might be good for stocking fillers?
Dd (5) is getting a bike as her big present however she's not getting it til 27th as we are at Inlaws for Xmas and it won't go in the car!
So her list of small presents for Xmas day...
A satchel for school
A water bottle with her fave characters on
A bell for the bike
A necklace/bracelet set
An egg cup set
A small Lego set
All under £10 and mostly from amazon. Hoping to pick her a board game up too as I've just realised that her sister has more presents than her!
Small things for the boys:
DS games Xbox games
Family trivial pursuit
4 yr old got sparkly top, leggings and hoody
9-yr-old got Scrabble
DD2 (4) is getting cheap T shirts and fabric pens from amazon (to share with her big sister), play doh hairdresser set, a remote control car, some Digby Dog find it books, a care bear and a paw patrol plush. Her 2 sets of grandparents are getting her the playmobil pool and fire engine.
for DD (5) i have bought
realistic baby deer soft toy with the reindeer girl book
olaf ds game
colour in handbag
for DS (8)
Pokemon and Yokai watch plushes
Pokemon moon ds game
Lego Jurassic world wii u game
Scooby Doo Lego
Box of practical jokes
plus lots of other bits and pieces that i have completely forgotten about and will rediscover when i finally get round to doing the wrapping
DD is just 6 and having a unicorn theme: dress, t shirt, slippers, trainers, badge and cuddly toy.
DS is 6 and asked for a watch and lego, also slippers and bits and bobs.
DS 10 is another one having a lava lamp
My 7 YO boy has an ipad too so smaller presents for him too. He's got:
Diary of a Wimpy Kids DIY activity Book
Crystal growing kit
Star Wars Galactic Atlas
Star Wars Aqua Beads
Straw shooter Paper jets
Lego Stormtrooper figure
Star Wars Nerf Gun
In his stocking:
Star Wars annual
Thanks all - what's a good starting point for Pokemon? He loves playing with the app, but doesn't have any toys/cards etc
For 4 year old (nearly 5 year old) DD Christmas and birthday (haven't decided what is going to be for Xmas and what for birthday)
Hama beads starter kit
Playmobil zoo kit
My Little Pony
Little mermaid dressing up outfit
Small jellycat unicorn soft toy
Couple of Mog books
'Few minutes peace' book
Pack of 28 sharpies
Boden knee length sparkly socks
Fairy light jar thing
Unicorn bath confetti
Mermaid swimming bath toy
Couple of bits of chocolate
I'm going to try and get some glow sticks too as she loves those.
I'm torn between thinking it's too much (but it is to be split between Christmas & birthday and I'm including stuff I would have bought her anyway like socks, skirts, neckwarmer, hat) and thinking she needs another toy or game or something to do
the pokemon card game is quite good, you can buy decks in most toy shops/tescos etc. Plushes and action figure toys are quite easy to come by now too. Again most toy shops and amazon. If he has a ds, pokemon sun or moon is the newest game out.
Kit for making chocolates
Books, inc My Little Pony Annual (2 for 1 on annuals in WHSmith)
Little mirror with drawers for her bedroom (Amazon had a fair selection) as she does her own hair a lot now (yay!) and hogs my mirror.
More that I can't remember.
Fancy dress outfits go down well chez Woo.
Grandma is getting them lovely new dressing gowns (£12 M&S) as part of their present.
DS is getting Nexo Knights, fact books so he can torment us with his superior knowledge (a favourite pastime), e.g. Top Ten of Everything, an Ezra from Star Wars Rebels figurine (£5 in TK Maxx, huzzah!), more Power Rangers Dino Zords than you can shake a stick at (bought cheaply over a period of months from various places) etc.
To share they are getting a camera attachment for their old Leapster game thingy, and a set of all the Thunderbirds vehicles.
My son is almost 10 and my daughter is just 6 so similar ages:
Ps4 and Fifa 17
Lego space set
Guinness book of records
Rogue one X wing and u wing
Annuals - Pokemon, football, Lego, Star Wars
Star Wars galactic atlas
Harry Potter yearbook
Scoota beamz light
Lego ghostbusters car
Harry Potter wand
Pokemon cap, key ring, encyclopaedia and folder
Poo cushion and book about poo
Kick off book series
Few small Lego set
Pokemon loaded ds from grandma
BMX from granny
Football team tracksuit from aunt
Pokemon big card set from uncle
And stocking fillers
Silver cross coach built pram
DC marvel dolls
Baby born horse and carriage
Dolls school uniform from frilly lily
Sindy large hairdressing chair
Playmobil teacher set
Sparkl dolls bus
2 soft toys
Playdoh and plasticine
Scoota beams light
Shopkins top trumps
Barbie teacher doll
Build a bear voucher from uncle
Double buggy from aunt
My little pony from aunt
Craft set and monster high doll from granny
Design a friend doll and car from grandma
Plus stocking fillers
Lego dimensions sets
I'm struggling with his stocking, but so far have a pencil pot, novelty rubbers, sweets, new water bottle and some Harry Potter bits.
Basically, if it has Pokemon on it, you're on to a winner!
DS (7) his getting a DS with Pokemon moon but also a Pikachu I pad cover (would be a great stocking filler for your DS since he's getting an iPad), Pikachu iphone cover, Pikachu mug, Pokemon pjs, t shirt, a couple of books... Basically it's going to be a very yellow Christmas!
I've got my 8 year old ds;
A book to write in from paperchase
Some glow sticks
Star Wars tsum tsum
Gems for his fossil collection
Dinosaur phone holder
Festive noise making machine
My dd has recently turned 6 so maybe a bit old, but we got her a secret safe diary and a kitty surprise. Lots of her friends seem to be getting either kitty or puppy surprises.
Have got a 5 yo DD. She's getting sylvanian families, a puppy surprise, magmagic, books, my little pony equestria doll, a bag for her dance shoes and an electric toothbrush. Plus small stocking fillers.
My DC are the same age as yours. They are getting (from us and from grandparents)...
Remote controlled monster truck
Explosive science set
CD player and audio books (Tom Gates)
Now CD (can't remember what number we're up to!)
LED sky tracer
Sliding tile puzzle
Mini snow globe
Harry Potter mug
Soft Anna doll to go with her Elsa
My Fairy Garden set
CD player and audio books
Hat and scarf set
Soft fairy toy
Sliding tile puzzle
Mini snow globe
From us 4yo dd has:
Duplo forest park set (joint with 18mo sister)
Foam cone bath toy (another joint jobby)
Pop Up Pirate Game
Pie Face Game
Disney Princess Cutlery Set
My Little Pony Underpants
Terry's Choc Orange
Doc McStuffins Dress Up outfit
Finding Dory Bath Set
Peppa Pig Bubble Bath
Just realised I only have his stocking gifts
Crystal Growing set
Lush bath bombs
Huge sharpie set
Hexbug shark tank
DS- 8- is getting Pokemon figures ( one with a ball), Pokemon socks, Pokemon Tshirt, a tiny wolf teddy and a little bag of chocs
That's in his stocking.
For his tree presents...
Virtual reality headset
3ds Pokemon sun
Build a bear accessories
Build a bear voucher
Marvel mashers set
Think there's a couple of other bits but I can't remember
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