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    We have a Step 2 kids kitchen that was really quite pricey. However my kids are now 5 and 7 and still play with it every day. Well worth the money.

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    We got one for our girls for Chrissy last year. It is a full walk in kitchen with stools and all. The girls love it and actually eat at it every day and always playing with it. Think it was around $400 from toys r us.

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    I'm in the process of making one out of an old entertainment unit. It was on better homes and gardens a few weeks ago but I got the idea of pinterest and mine us going to loOk much better then Tara's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs P View Post
    Ikea kitchen!
    I agree ... we tried the plastic one and then a Target one (didn't survive two toddlers then a move). Finally got an Ikea one and wished I'd spent the money on that one in the first place.

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    We bought a little tikes plastic one a couple of years ago. Its lasted well, having saidcthat our son hasn't given it a lot of use. Its the kind of thing he'd only play with when some friends come and visit. And now ge practically lives outside so it barely gets touched.

    I agree it doesn't look as nice as the wooden ones but its fairly cute and just sits harmlessly against a wall in the playroom, begging for someone to love it!


 

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