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    3 wheel bikes (those plastic ones with no wheels, move with feet)

    Cars, DS LOVES his cars

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    LOL my toddlers favorite toy at the moment is his 6 month old brother's walker! He gets in it (only just fits) and zooms around making car noises and pretending he's going shopping or what not. (I realize he's way to big for it but it's hilarious and he LOVES it). Other than that he's very into cars/trucks and trains and outside he loves his wheelbarrow ( a real kids size one) and kid size garden implements (rake, shovel etc) oh and his lawn mower.

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    Trampoline, play gym, bike, little people, duplo, easel.

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    My boys loved their plastic play kitchen (with lots of fake pieces of food and little packets of food) when they were toddlers up to age 5. It was something they could do together. They often opened a 'cafe' and one of them would be cook while the other was the waiter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyles View Post
    How about outside toys like little bikes, sand/water table, swing set, cubby house etc.
    Agree. Sand/water table. It will be summer so they'd get use out of it over xmas.

    Otherwise my ds's love their thomas trains.

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    Play food & tea set are a hit! And some Duplo

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    DD is 2.5 yrs old.
    Her favoutie toys are her dolls and accessories. Have been for a while.
    Dora colouring books
    She is into stickers ATM and filling her sticker book up with stickers she peels off and sticks on herself.
    Home corner with kitchen and play food ect, that's set up in her play area at home.
    Loves the slide and paint easel at daycare.
    She loves jumping....on the couches and her bed. I think a mini trampoline with the handle is going to be her xmas pressie


 

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