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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I think I like the idea one also. It's timber, neutral colour.
    Is that ok for a boy to,play with also? Opinions?
    I would let my DS's play with a pink one... It's just a colour

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    I love the Ikea one. My daughter has the kitchen plus some pots/pans/food etc. They come up pretty cheap on Gumtree these days as well.

    Agree with PP though, that it's a toy and just colours. I think kids should be able to play with whatever they want, without their parents trying to tell them otherwise.


 

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