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Please help me make a decision about DD's birthday, involves wheelybugs.

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used2bthin Wed 10-Sep-08 13:09:18

Should I a:Go halves (halfs?) on a wheelybug for her with my parents? She would love it but they are SO expensive and also its another large toy in our rather small flat, albeit a nice wooden toy.

b:Ask my mum to get her duplo and I'll get her the farm animal set I've been looking for.

c:Um I don't know, get her stuff she needs like swimming stuff and let others get her the exciting toys?

frazzledbutcalm Wed 10-Sep-08 14:01:40

How old is she? How much are they?

hockeypuck Wed 10-Sep-08 14:03:58

The Duplo and farm animal set will take up more space than a wheelybug. Wheelybugs are awesome. DS loves his. Plus it will have re-sale value when your DD finishes with it.

SquiffyHock Wed 10-Sep-08 14:19:39

DD loved her wheelybug but is getting a bit big for it. Duplo, on the other hand, will be used for years.
Is it worth looking on e-bay? I will sell mine eventually and it's in lovely condition so I'm sure you could buy one as good as new.

used2bthin Wed 10-Sep-08 16:52:24

The wheelybugs I saw on ebay were not much cheaper than in the shops but that could be that they were new. I have decided my brother can get her the duplo so thats that one solved. And she could have the farm animals as a post op present or at christmas. She is going to be two frazzledbutcalm. Good point about selling it on one day Squiffyhock hadn't thought of that. I think I'll order one. Anyone know anywhere that sells them cheap or that we get a discount from? Urchin?

used2bthin Wed 10-Sep-08 16:53:57

OOh just seen how cheap that one on your link was SH, I wonder if it will go up loads. I never ever win on ebay but could have a go before I rush into ordering one. I think I'll get the 2.5 to 5 years one so it should last a while?

Sazisi Wed 10-Sep-08 16:58:12

babydays direct do Wheelybugs for £40

used2bthin Wed 10-Sep-08 23:35:20

Oh that is a good deal Sazisi, is that the small or large ones? I'll have a look anyway thank you.

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