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Toys etc for 6-12m

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strawberry310 Mon 20-Nov-17 13:09:20

My family are asking what our daughter would like for Xmas. She will be 7m by then. I’m not sure, what did your little ones enjoy playing with most 6-12m? Any suggestions? Thank you

lilydaisyrose Mon 20-Nov-17 13:19:00

I have so many recommendations but my top few would be:-

A busy zoo
A Vtech walker
A bricks trolley
A ride on

(see pics)

lilydaisyrose Mon 20-Nov-17 13:19:36

Ride on pic

NannyR Mon 20-Nov-17 13:24:03

Tomy hide and squeak eggs.

RatOnnaStick Mon 20-Nov-17 13:24:25

Winners here were

Tomy Hide and Squeak eggs

Wooden rainbow

Trolley and blocks

lilydaisyrose Mon 20-Nov-17 15:06:03

Can't believe I forgot the Grimms Rainbow! Also Megabloks, wooden shape puzzles (1yr+), wooden peg hammer things, plastic links...

UserThenLotsOfNumbers Mon 20-Nov-17 15:16:17

My daughter adored (and still adores) the squeaky eggs.
She also loves mega blocks.

strawberry310 Mon 20-Nov-17 17:32:40

Thank you
Ive looked at some of above suggestions and some say 12m+ or even 3y +. Are they all good for 6-12m????

Rainbowandraindrops67 Mon 20-Nov-17 17:37:24

Yes - the age range is only a guide - the toys shown will last her well. All stuff suitable for under 3s will be ok for a 6-12 month old.

Second the eggs, also a jumperoo, happy land London bus always a winner too

wasMissD Mon 20-Nov-17 17:42:00

I’ve just bought hide and squeak eggs for my LO ready for xmas. They’re brilliant. And suitable from 6 months.

wasMissD Mon 20-Nov-17 17:43:17

Oh yeah, and a Jumperoo!! They’re amazing! He’s got one of those lined up too. I bought a really good second hand one as they’re quite pricey.

RatOnnaStick Tue 21-Nov-17 09:28:31

Jumperoos are great but only until they are comfortably crawling at which point they basically poke two fingers up at it and get on with terrorising the cat. I would have thought that at 7 months there isn't all that much time left in it. Much better to get something baby can grow into. Anything labelled for 12m will be fine for a younger baby, it just means they will probably get the most out of it as they get a little older.

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