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    Default What to get a 2 year old girl who has so much

    DD2 is 2.5 and her favourite things out of all her christmas presents were those $1 animals from big w. She also loves her sisters Tag Reader.
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    Some more wooden food to go with the cake shop thingy?

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    A giant exercise ball (not for her to use for exercise, just for her to roll around, and maybe bounce off. I've found kids really love these balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    A giant exercise ball (not for her to use for exercise, just for her to roll around, and maybe bounce off. I've found kids really love these balls.
    Lol our boys loved them also :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachside Mumma View Post
    DD2 is 2.5 and her favourite things out of all her christmas presents were those $1 animals from big w. She also loves her sisters Tag Reader.
    Puzzles?
    Duplo?
    Some more wooden food to go with the cake shop thingy?
    Have loads of duplo and she loves it. How do u find the tag reader? And what does it do. She loves loves loves books and anything to do with animal sounds so would the tag reader be like a interactive book?
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    I had the same problem buying for friends kids. So now for all of their first birthdays they get a kids knife fork spoon set with their name engraved on it. I get the set from Big W for $10 then depending on how long the name is for the engraving. The kids don't care much about them yet but the parents love them. It's a keepsake they can have forever (until they start loosing them lol)

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    Does she like to dance or anything? Maybe some dance lessons for toddlers or something like that, give her a cute outfit and it is something she can enjoy outside the house?

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    Quote Originally Posted by millsmum View Post
    Have loads of duplo and she loves it. How do u find the tag reader? And what does it do. She loves loves loves books and anything to do with animal sounds so would the tag reader be like a interactive book?
    It's a leap frog tag reader, you can get them from kmart, big w, toy shops etc. it's probably best to google it but it is just pretty much an interactive book.

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