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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Fold out couch.
    Teepee or tent.
    Wooden wagon and blocks.
    Bubble wand/machine
    Sand/water play table
    Clam shell sand pit/pool
    I'm inviting you to my kids parties! We got DD at tent at about 18mo and she still loves it 2 years later.

    I usually buy books for 1st birthday gifts. If it's for a close friend or family I spend a little more and get a nice book box set.

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    My go to has always been swimmers and a towel, or a nice pair of pjs.

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    I second Duplo. Fantastic toy.

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    'Wheely Bug', so many cute ones to choose from.

    Box set of 'That's not my' books.

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    Great ideas.

    Thing is, I have sooooo much duplo from her brother, they have a tent set, the wooden cart with blocks, she has a pram with a doll.

    The kitchen set and tea set is good, books I have a book shelf full. That's why I need girly toys because I have boyish, and there's a trike here also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Where can I get those toys? Target?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    What's your budget?
    No budget

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    Well, under $200 I would spend all together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Where can I get those toys? Target?
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    I got the mirror and the chair at Target. Not sure where to get the bikes though.

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    Books books books!
    Board books or cloth books for now when everything is still going in the mouth and getting chewed or picture books to keep or have mum/dad read to her. Lots of good cloth books on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/au/search?q=clo...oks&ref=market

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