2yr old b/day present

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  1. jennywren

    jennywren Well-Known Member

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    what can we buy our nephew for his 2nd birthday, I have no idea except for clothes, he has loads of toys that he never plays with so wanted something a 2 year old would actually like but no idea what to get!
     
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    valentine Well-Known Member

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    What about an Aquadraw, or a swing/slide for the garden?

    Failing that, vouchers always go down well - you know yourself that the Mum/Dad can always spend them on what baby needs.

    Valentine Xxx
     
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    for Lydia's 2nd birthday, the present she seemed to like best of all was a large winnie-the-pooh ball that my dad got her :D
     
  4. Supernen

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    My son is two and a half adn his favourite thing to do in the world (apart from being Sportacus) is colouring in. How about a colouring set? Crayons are great because they don't make too much mess. You could also get an apron to go with it so that no 'artwork' goes on their clothes!

    The Aquadraw suggestion is very good- my son has a mini one (you can get them off the Hamleys website for about £7) and it's mess free!
     
  5. jennywren

    jennywren Well-Known Member

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    ooo yeah thats a really good idea the aquadraw thing and crayons as he got a paint / are eazel for xmas so can paint on one side (which mum is not happyabout as it goes everywhere) and draw on the other, so some crayons etc will be good to

    x
     
  6. Gemma & Jake

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    jennywren Well-Known Member

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    he has aquadraw apparantly, he has a ton of books also - I just saw a thomas the tank space hopper which I thought he will just bloody love BUT it said it was for 5 years old which I thought was quite old!
     
  8. Gemma & Jake

    Gemma & Jake Well-Known Member

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    How about a Thomas chair for his bedroom(2 links)
    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/p ... +CHAIR.htm

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/p ... THOMAS.htm

    Thomas fuzzy felt
    http://www.toysrus.co.uk/Product.aspx/T ... ref=Search


    Or a Thomas trike
    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/p ... THOMAS.htm


    Or a Thomas scooter
    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/p ... THOMAS.htm

    Or Thomas bubble blower
    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/p ... THOMAS.htm


    If not Jake and my little brother who is 3 have got Gloe Bears. I always put Jake's on when he goes to bed but leave it on the side as he is a bit young to have it in the bed but my little brother takes his to bed with him. It's nice for when they are a bit older because if they get scared in the night they can press the bears paw or use the wand to turn their bear on. Jake has got the one in the first link and my brother has got the one in the second link. I actually bought Jake's cheaper on Amazon though so it's worth looking around.

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/p ... 3EGLOE.htm

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/p ... 3EGLOE.htm

    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/p ... 3EGLOE.htm
     
  9. bobtheunfortunateone

    bobtheunfortunateone Well-Known Member

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    Something that makes alot of noise! :rotfl: and no off button! Thats my families fav. Gift vouchers for Early learning goes down well or money, or lad has a bank account so if he wants something he can buy it himself. Maybe open an account for him (would need birth cert). Then that would solve all future birthdays too!
     
  10. Nicky_Jones

    Nicky_Jones Well-Known Member

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    I was telling everybody who had the courtesy to ask what Ellie wanted for Christmas - clothes. As she had so many toys already. It didn't stop her getting a load more but it did reduce how much the load more is.

    Or a more random idea - how about entry tickets to an amusement type place (local to you) for example we have Legoland near us which we are planning to take Ellie to for her second birthday.
     

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