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    Default HELP - Xmas gifts for two little boys...

    Hi all,

    Please help me!

    My cousin and her three kids are coming to our Xmas day lunch. Her two youngest are 2 and 3 year old boys and I really want to get them something small each to open when they arrive but I have no idea what to get! I don't really want get them boring clothes but something they will be excited about and get to play with on the day but also, that isn't too expensive...

    Please shower me with your fabulous gift ideas!!

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    I got my cousins son who is 2 some puzzles where you pop the picture in the correct spot plus from woolies there was this really cool painting book you just use water to paint with. It was only $3 and he loved it.

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    Ooohh that sounds really good! Was the painting book from Woolies too??

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    kmart has paint with water books atm for $2 each .. you could get that .. add a paintbrush and a funky cup??? (licensed cups are ALWAYS a hit)

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    Puzzles i got from chemist and woolies but the books i got from.woolies. It was a dinosaur one but if kmart have them as veve said, they most likely have a bigger variety to choose from

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    What about some sort of vehicle? Cars, trucks, etc.. They are generally a hit with young boys. You should be able to pick something up fairly cheaply from Kmart or the likes.

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    Thanks ladies! I love the idea of puzzles and paint with waiter books I will check some of those out...

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    I'm with HarvestMoon. I have a DS who is just over 2 and he loves his cars and trucks. He does like puzzles and colouring in, but given the choice, the cars would win every single time.


 

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