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    Default What to buy for a 1 year girl

    So my daughter turns 1 in a few weeks and I have no idea what to get her.
    The thing is I have 4 daughters and she is the youngest who has everything.

    Any ideas??

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    My son turned one a couple of months ago, he got a bunch of books, puzzles, musical insrtuments, vehicles, a Crazy Coupe, mini trampoline (with a handle), a reading chair (?) thing from Fisher Price and a bunch the usual things from the rellos and friends. He adores his Cozy Coupe, pushing it around as well as going for rides in it.

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    It's hard isn't it!!

    I've got five boys and buying anything for Lysander which no one else has is not an easy task.

    I'd settle for something 'keep-sake' like... there are some great online shops for unique childrens gifts.

    Buy her something that will last, and a new ride on... IMO every child should have their own ride on.


 

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