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05/11/2013 at 14:49
Thought that it might help someone
05/11/2013 at 14:55
Helps my sister! Thanks.
I'm done with toys now. NO MORE! If you see me looking for more tell me no.
05/11/2013 at 14:56
Ok, you can help me instead.
05/11/2013 at 14:57
I would if you knew what you wanted to buy him!
Have you looked at that Innotab yet - what's it like?
05/11/2013 at 15:01
Nah, its under my desk here still in the bag
I know, he said that he wanted this yesterday
05/11/2013 at 15:06
Oh, I have had an idea - www.amazon.co.uk/.../ref=reg_hu-rd_add_1_dp
05/11/2013 at 15:19
Kellgi is your little one 4? If so I wouldn't buy him the Lego bridge. It's very complicated and will take hours. My son is 6 and adores Lego and he would struggle with that.
What about some board games. My 4 year old had a few of the orchard games for her bday and she loves them. I think they are half price (£2.99) in sainsburys xx
05/11/2013 at 15:21
Oh no Elphaba, he is not getting it, did you see the price? He just said that he wanted it
I have put some Orchard games on his list thank you x
05/11/2013 at 15:28
If you aren't sure I'd be buying lots of smaller things, no doubt more lego and then putting money towards something for later in the year.
05/11/2013 at 15:30
Yep, I am thinking that. It seems a shame not to get one big present from Santa though, don't you think?
05/11/2013 at 15:39
Would your little one notice not having one big present? I know my two love having loads to open. Like belle says I would keep done money to one side for later in the year x
05/11/2013 at 15:40
I'm sure he'd be happy with any toy wrapped up from Santa.
05/11/2013 at 15:42
I am sure that he will. I just need to think what to get him.
I am thinking that I might get him those Stompee slippers you know as well.
I have acquired a DS for him as well
05/11/2013 at 15:43
Mate I feel for you when he's 6/7/8 he's gonna have had everything!
05/11/2013 at 15:45
We are getting my 6 year old the 2ds and FIFA 14 as his main present and then mainly Lego! I bought a Lego lunch box (in the shape of a brick) from home bargains for £3.99. Fab stocking filler x
05/11/2013 at 15:50
He has the lego lunchbox. I don't know where that has went
I bought him one of the massive Transformers from Smyths for one of his main present. £20 from £50, but H's mum has taken that from me along with 2 Lego sets that I bought him as well
He has a bike, electric car, balance bike motorbike, micro scooter, other scooter, ride on tractor, fire engine and quad, slide, sand table and playhouse in the garden.
He has loads of lego, a kitchen, I sold his garage (he never played with it), a tool table (I am selling), all the Toy Story figures, toy hoover etc, Batcave, Scooby Mansion, loads of Happyland and mini figures
05/11/2013 at 15:54
Just go with the ipad idea. Done.
05/11/2013 at 15:57
What about more imaginext batman stuff. I think they do the jokers cave plus other things. My son has had the batcave for almost 2 years and the batmobile and other bits and he still plays with now. It also looks big for a 'big present'.
The imaginext fire station was bug hit here too x
05/11/2013 at 16:02
Oh, he does like Superman as well, Superheroes are maybe the way to go.
You can get an Apple refured mini iPad for £209 on the Apple Store, I don't know though.
05/11/2013 at 16:16
What's stopping you with the iPad Kellfi? Is it the cost or do you think he would play/want it all the time? My children play on our iPad occasionally but I know if they had their own they would want it all the time. My two love playing and drawing and I want them to stay like that for a while (I know I won't be popular saying that) but I do want them to be able to use computers/laptops/tablets too as they are becoming so much more common within schools and Ict is important. It's a hard one.
I think superheroes are a hit either way though! Also the imaginext stuff would be in the 3for 2 xx
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