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    Default 3 year old boy main christmas present idea

    So we had brought ds a 12v electric quad for christmas as we were moving to acreage in the country however these plans have now been pushed back 12 months. So im going to get a refund on the quad (layby at big w) but now he doesn't have a main present! !!

    Any ideas welcom!


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    We are getting DS a train set and a scooter, then small things. He's nearly 3.

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    A scooter, balance bike and helmet, Lego, Leap pad or similar

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    My almost 3 year old is getting a sand pit (joint present with brother) and a pop up tent/cubby thing (also joint present) as his big presents. He's also getting some duplo sets, woody and buzz dolls, and a few other bits and pieces

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    We are getting DS a bike (with training wheels).

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    My three year old DS2 is getting a blackboard/easel with an art smock, paints, and chalk for his main pressie then little things - books, puzzles etc...

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    Ok so we swaped the quad bike ($178) and got a jumping castle which was reduced in target today to $100 and some hotwheels car sets and a play doh set, iv already got some other stuff put away

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