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    DD had her birthday in September and half of the presents she received are still sitting untouched in my wardrobe, seriously she got given that much stuff she cannot play with it all at once. The presents she took a real shining to we left in her room the others we have packed away for now. Furthermore she has not even questioned where the other toys are, I find it good to have a few new things to bring out during school holidays etc...


 

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