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Ideas for 4yr old girl...HELP!

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lilysam Fri 06-Nov-09 11:28:00

who already has a ton of barbie dolls, baby dolls, prams cots etc, dressing up, stickers, colouring in, play doh, dvds, scooter, bike,tea sets,tilland shopping...????

I was going to say she's not spoilt,but has been bought great presents for birthdays and xmas over the years from lots of family and friends!!

Any ideas? Have stocking fillers and pjs but need a present...around £20-30

Was thinking pretend kitchen stuff but not sure whether she'll grow out of this sort of thing soon.

LaCerbiatta Fri 06-Nov-09 11:29:18

Camera - my dd is 4 and is getting one for her b'day

pinkteddy Fri 06-Nov-09 11:31:17

clothes for Barbie or other dolls? Can never have too many outfits! Or dressing up clothes? Playmobil stuff?

twofalls Fri 06-Nov-09 11:43:35

My 6 year old nieces still play with pretend kitchen stuff. A big bag of play food my mum brought when DD was 1 and DN was 3 still gets played with all the time. They have lots of picnics and tea parties with their dolls. I brought DD some lovely wooden cakes from the GLTC and they are played with all the time.

biggirlsdontcry Fri 06-Nov-09 11:45:05

smyths have a toy shop stand with working till etc & lots of accessories smile we got that for dd ( she is going on 4) also a peppa pig mega doodle & Lego stuff ,

blowninonabreeze Fri 06-Nov-09 11:45:42

keyboard? guitar? recorder? DD loves all of those. Dolls house? big hit here although I'm told its variable.

DD also getting a camera this year.

Marne Fri 06-Nov-09 17:01:24

Dd5 loves lego (you can get pink lego), playmobil, play food, kids cd player and anything that involves painting (paint your own mug etc..).


dd2's favorite

Tryingtobeorganisedthisyear Sat 07-Nov-09 06:35:03

Thank you - may investigate the kitchen stuff more...

What to stay away from dolls house/figure as we've had this sort if thing in the past and it just gets dumped in the cupbaord and the accesories found around the house...or in DS mouth!!

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