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Present Ideas for 2 Year Old Girl

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IntelligentPutty Wed 17-Feb-16 07:53:34

LG birthday coming up in less than 2 weeks (wow that went fast shock)
I have a couple of ideas for presents (play kitchen / easel) , but life so hectic not getting the time to browse websites for presents for ideas for relatives asking.
Anyone have any suggestions / recent ideas for gifts up to about £50..
I'm thinking something not too big so as to add too much to the toy pile that is in our living room. But hey, she does love to play?!!

XX

starpatch Wed 17-Feb-16 10:46:49

Yookidoos are great though a bit fiddly changing battery and cleaning filter

Bluecarrot Wed 17-Feb-16 10:49:24

Dd got
Play doh
Orchard games
Colouring books
Sticker books
Scooter /trike

Or slide, mini trampoline or paddling pool for summer?

cornishglos Wed 17-Feb-16 14:40:16

Brio train track
Duplo
'Dabbers' a cross between felt tips and paint
If you want an easel the chad valley one in argos is good (£25)
Asda kitchen is.good (£40)
But if it's your dd, why set an amount, especially if you don't particularly want more clutter. She has no idea of value. Get little things you know she'll love (books/ puzzles/ bath toys etc).

cornishglos Wed 17-Feb-16 14:41:05

Sorry, just saw the bit about relatives.

IntelligentPutty Wed 17-Feb-16 20:28:53

Thanks. Yes. Just getting her some little bits. Got one relative to give a helmet for scooter.
Will look into all the thong up suggested.
I'm sure u know what it's like just have so many things now!!

Xx

Haribolover Wed 17-Feb-16 20:34:18

Happyland - DD loves her house but the big favourite was a play kitchen and then we got others to buy the bits for it - food, kettle, toaster, etc. Hours of fun so far.

MiaowTheCat Thu 18-Feb-16 12:44:42

I have two with 11 months between them so also had the factor of most stuff already being bought to factor in!

I tended to steer relatives toward things like Duplo, Brio-type train set bits and Happyland really.

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