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Present ideas for 14month old DD

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Motherofmonsters Sun 15-Nov-20 21:33:34


I need some present suggestions to give other people for DD who will be 14months at Christmas please.

She has a 3year old brother and we've kept most of his toys so looking for more girly toys as we're likely to not already own it. (I know they can play with any toys but I have lots of 'boy' toys)

We have a play kitchen, vtech oven, dolls pram and a baby Annabel doll already.

Thank you I'm really stuck and people want to buy actual toys

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Pipandmum Sun 15-Nov-20 21:35:40

I would ha e thought a toddler was incredibly easy to buy for - have people ni imagination? There are tons of games out there. Getting one she could play with her brother would be nice. Building blocks, finger painting sets...

porridgepamela Sun 15-Nov-20 21:39:22

I like Melissa and Doug stuff - Amazon have loads of lovely wooden toy ideas? Both my DD and DS had a few bits like this:

jomaIone Sun 15-Nov-20 21:39:26

Pull along puppy is the over riding best Christmas present my daughter got at a similar age!

2beautifulbabs Sun 15-Nov-20 21:42:09

Melissa and Doug do wonderful presents for all age groups I recently bought my DD who will be 21 months old by Christmas
A magnetic doll that she can dress herself all wooden she's also got a cabbage kid singing and babble doll baby annabell doll.
Got her a vet pet care set by melissa and Doug.
I've also bought her Elsa and Anna singing barbie dolls.
Wooden latch abs bolt puzzle set again by Melissa and Doug.
I've tended to have gone with more role play and messy play toys this year for both my DCs.
My DS who's almost four I've got him kinetic sand kit sets.
Dinosaur stamp and colour sets.
Melissa and Doug train table top play set
Just stuff that they can both play with together and as a family really.

Motherofmonsters Sun 15-Nov-20 22:04:58

@pipandmum - if she was an older toddler I would have more ideas. It's not that I'm lacking imagination I just have everything.

I've got building blocks, Duplo, shape sorters, ride on toys, finger paint, poster paints, peg puzzles, stacking hoops, cups, toot toot, happyland figures, animals etc. I find it a hard in between age.

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Motherofmonsters Sun 15-Nov-20 22:06:01

Thank you for the Melissa and Doug suggestion I'll have a look. I do like wooden toys.

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