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    Ds loves his doll house, his farm animals, his push and pull in the night garden toys, his balls and his train set

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    My girls love their See Saw, space hoppers, Etch a sketch and those horrid plastic, high heel toy shoes.

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    DD4 loves anything physically demanding or make believe. So the trampoline, her scooter, her pop up play house, and our lounge set as a gymnasium :/ then dress ups are a must every morning to wear with anything she plays with. Craft is a big thing she is obsessed with, including playdoh and duplo lego, but anything that requires her to sit still always loses out to the big stuff.

    DD2 loves her barbies and the doll house, playing baby dolls, the train set, duplo lego and craft. She loves toys that need fine motor skills. Anything physical like the trampoline or bikes is because her big sister is doing them lol.

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    DD1 loves her new camera SIL gave her for her 4th birthday a few weeks ago. I think she's taken over 300 shots in less than a month.
    DD2 is obsessed with a felt kit with ballerinas and their different dance costumes. She's 2.5 this month.
    DS is 6 months and loves anything he can chew, lol!

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    DS is almost 3 and he loves:

    * Cars, trucks etc...LOVES THEM
    * His swing
    * Is into his Lego/Duplo play set
    * Watching Shrek and Toy story ATM
    * Play-doh (cutting 'sausages' from mummy and daddy (and brother)!)

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    Dd1&dd2 love (5&3)

    Littlest pet shops
    My little pony
    Lego
    Monster high dolls
    Dolls

    They also love play-doh and doing drawings and color ins.

    Dd1 is into playing guess who, trouble and card games
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    Books, her 'baby' (baby born doll) and pram, musical instruments (keyboard, sax, maraccas, bongos and xylophone) and jumbarti ( name of her stuffed giraffe toy lol)

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