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    Default *spinoff* toysales what and how?

    hi all!

    Went to target today and saw the toysale being set up. As finances are a little tight i have decided to plan ahead and layby Christmas presents in the toy sale (never done this before) ds will be 21 months at Christmas and as its quite a way away important unsure of what to laybuy in the toy sale. what is/was your ds doing and likes to play with at 21 months? im a first time mum so unsure of where kids are up to at this stage! Also i have never used laybuy before... how does it work? what do i do?

    any suggestions greatly appreciated

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    a swing set , outdoor activities sandpit/water table , cars, trucks , craft items, cause and effect toys are all good fro a child of that age and also books and simple puzzles. with the layby you go into target get the items you want and take them to the layby counter where they will set you up a layby account then you just make payments weekly or fortnightly and you have until dec to pick them up for the toy sales

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    My youngest turned 2 just before Christmas last year. We got him a smart trike, easel and paints/brushes etc. Glow in the dark doona set, New beach towel and togs, bucket and spade set and a huge matchbox deluxe firetruck. He loved all his gifts, they still all get lots of play and use

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    When I put stuff on layby during the baby sale at target in January, I had to pay it off in 8 weeks (of course if something came up they said I could negotiate and extend, but I didnt try and am not sure how long you can extend it by).

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    the toy sale goes until December love-heart


    i wouldnt put to many small things on. like PP have said maybe a sand pit and a small bike suitable for his age


 

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