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    An etcha sketch !! Dd loved it !! Still her fave at 21 months now

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    Cute personalised piggy bank, stroller/ pram with a cute soft dolly,

    Sent from my HTC Legend using BubHub

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    Bubble machine or a hand made doll if she doesn't already have either.

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    Maybe a toddler pool and a bathing-suit to go with it.

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    I agree BOOKS! But please don't get the ones with thin pages they will most likely just rip the pages out! The thick cardboard type ones are great.

    We got our dd a block set for her first birthday (like the giant Lego blocks)
    And a doll, she LOVED the doll.
    Also the Fisher Price "little people" my dd can spend hours with them! We bought her a school bus that the little people go in, it cost us $24
    My sister got her a little people animal zoo which was $50 so they can get expensive so just have a look around at other stores and different little people products as some are very reasonable.

    Even Some pencils and drawing paper ect. Just basic ones. My dd really got into drawing at 13mo.

    Bubbles are also great as pp have said. Cant go wrong with Bubbles!!

    Someone got my dd play dough for her 1st birthday.. Not such a good idea.. She just ate it.. So we have out it away for when she is older

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    Her birthday was end of April but I did end up getting books (the thick cardboard type) and couldn't help getting a cute little girls outfit seeing as I only have a son so always buy boys clothes!

    And thanks so much for all great suggestions!
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