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What do 3 year old girls like?

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Nippersmum Fri 04-Sep-09 22:25:23

Hi, I have to buy a birthday present for a 3 year old and haven't got a clue, as all the children I know including my own are boys. Any ideas? Thanks.

noodlesoup Fri 04-Sep-09 22:27:45

Dressing up/wands/bags

Furreal friends


LadyHooHa Fri 04-Sep-09 22:29:45

Dressing up clothes (Disney princess dresses etc)

Plastic clippy-cloppy shoes

That should please most 3-y-o girls!

nigglewiggle Fri 04-Sep-09 22:31:11

Yes, pink sparkly things and I'm not remotely sympathetic!

nancy75 Fri 04-Sep-09 22:32:57

dolls,dolls, more dolls, dolls prams,dolls clothes, dolls beds - basically any old rubbish connected to baby dolls!

dressing up stuff
elc happy land housey stuff
peppa pig

SchnitzelVonKrumm Fri 04-Sep-09 22:34:45

Mine likes dinosaurs and Scooby-Doo

Nippersmum Fri 04-Sep-09 22:35:03

Thanks,I reckon I am going to have fun shopping tomorrow

nigglewiggle Fri 04-Sep-09 22:38:38

Well yes - mine also likes dinosaurs, Scooby doo and Star Wars but I imagined that was not typical - perhaps I am wrong grin.

SchnitzelVonKrumm Fri 04-Sep-09 22:43:44

Her sister was obsessed with penguins grin

choppychopster Fri 04-Sep-09 22:53:12

If you don't want to go down the stereotypical pink and princessy route, something like paints or playdoh would be a good bet. Or a scooter if you're feeling very generous.

Although anything to do with fairies, princesses or babies would be much appreciated (despite my best efforts!) by the little chopster who is three next week.

Fennel Fri 04-Sep-09 22:57:57

do you know the child at all? One of my dds always loathed pink glittery stuff, even at 3, she would have much preferred things about earwigs, she still would at 9.

all my 3 liked, at 3, things to do with animals, arts, crafts, outdoor activities, playmobil, cooking, books, lego, playdoh or clay, animal hospital.

Nippersmum Sat 05-Sep-09 08:21:06

Good point, I am not sure how gilrie she is...
Still lots of fab ideas, thanks all.

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