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24/01/2015 at 15:12
Could anyone help please? My niece and nephew have birthdays in March but as I need to get the presents over to Ireland, I like to start looking nice and early!
Any ideas what I can get for a 1 year old boy? For xmas I got him the ELC electronic type toys.....
For the 3 year old girl - she's also my god-daughter so I want to get something pretty special. For xmas, it was all Frozen and Doc McStuffins....
24/01/2015 at 15:22
Some of my favourite presents that S got for his first birthday were books. I particularly liked the Janet and Alan Ahlberg books (each peach pear plum, peepo etc) and the That's Not My...books. Also the Boy Who Lost His Name book is very nice.
I can't help with girls though, all my friends have boys!
24/01/2015 at 17:16
Ahh yes, i love the 'That's not my...' series - I might get some of them. Never heard of the other ones though so will do some googling!
thanks a mill!
24/01/2015 at 21:06
Isla is three and she got the Beatrix potter complete tales for Christmas. The illustrations are lovely and something she will keep forever. Other recommendations would be anything frozen! Cash register, wooden jewelery making set, dress up clothes, costume jewelery, scooter x
24/01/2015 at 21:20
The boy who lost his name book is personalised, it's truly lovely!
The peekaboo noise books are good too for 1 year olds.
25/01/2015 at 10:50
25/01/2015 at 13:54
25/01/2015 at 21:32
Ahh yes, jigsaws, will defo include them! Thanks!
30/01/2015 at 17:33
Books are fab for both ages. My daughter is about to turn 3 on Monday (eeek!) & we've got her a few games, a marble run, dominoes, a magnetic board with letters & numbers & a frozen dress. We also got her a kiddizoom camera for Christmas but haven't used it much yet. Orchard make some great games. Good luck with your search
31/01/2015 at 20:42
Personally I always love to buy a gorgeous outfit or two in a bigger size. I think outfits get forgotten about as they get older, and toys are sometimes bulky/duplicated.
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