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    She already has nearly everything and that's with us moving and selling 😂 I find everything off side of the road.

    Costume box is perfect idea!! Plus garden tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    She already has nearly everything and that's with us moving and selling 😂 I find everything off side of the road.

    Costume box is perfect idea!! Plus garden tools.
    Maybe grab a big pot and potting mix and get her to pick some seeds or seedlings and then you can show her how to look after them :-)

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    Bunnings also do little gardens/pot kits for kids as well for cheap

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    At this age most kids are starting to really get into pretend play so anything to do with that will be a hit. Kitchen stuff, dress ups, doll house, plastic animals, tools, stuff that ties in with thier current interest. Sensory and creation are also big things so art stuff and kinetic sand are great as is playdough and anything else that feels cool. My DD will be two in a month. I bought a doll house from a facebook buy swap sell site for $50 with all this furniture. Im painting it to freshen it up and putting in some wooden dolls from kmart. She is getting that and some bath crayons for her birthday.


 

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