Okay so my SD has loved iggle piggle or whatever it's called since birth but what is out there of that for a 2 year old regards to toys my dd has loved dora and hi5 and grew out of iggle piggle at like 6 months so I'm stuck on what to get my sd for Christmas also how do i make sure my dd and my sd dont fight over gifts as my fiance doesnt want them to have the same toys or similar just different colour as i suggested as my dd just turned 3 and his dd will be 3 in march any help would be great
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12-12-2011 06:45 #1
Christmas gifts for a nearly 3 year old
12-12-2011 07:02 #2
12-12-2011 07:04 #3
Target have 'Hoot' stuffed toys that are very cute
12-12-2011 07:06 #4
Thanks but apparently it HAS to be iggle piggle sigh
12-12-2011 07:06 #5
Why does your partner not want the girls to have similar presents? I used to love it when my cousin and I got same/similar presents, it made for a lot of fun (and no sharing issues).
12-12-2011 07:07 #6
Difficult. Unfortunately I think it's something that you just have to deal with, and a lesson that they just need to learn. I would probably just distract as much as possible.
12-12-2011 07:08 #7
12-12-2011 07:10 #8
Toy world has heaps of iggle piggle things so does the ABC store and some kmarts.
I think it's rather silly to not get the girls things similar! I got a lot of things the same as my brother but a different colour sometimes.
12-12-2011 07:12 #9
12-12-2011 07:28 #10
Had a look around and it's called in the night garden but it's all for babies and I told my df this and he refuses to believe me he hasent seen his dd so doesn't know what else she likes or even if she does still love iggle piggle so he's stuck on that's what we're getting at this point and stage I'm just gunna come home with in the night garden baby stuff and say sorry it's all they had nothing for a 3 year old sorry also he thinks barbies are too old for a 3 year old I disagree
Last edited by Youngmummyof4; 12-12-2011 at 07:31.
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