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    thought I'd add a picture of the crayons

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    For a 2yo Boy of Girl, I always bring some coloring pens.

    Not any brand, this one : "Aozora Baby Crayon"

    They are the best. They only draw on paper, they don't leave marks on skin/walls/table/clothes, they are cute and stackable, they don't need sharpening ever and they don't break when thrown on the floor.

    It's always a hit. I also offer a book of blank pages to go with the pencils

    Cost me $15 with the paper.
    Where do you get them from

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    Books are usually my "go to' gift. Pjs are a great idea leading into winter. A soccer ball/football etc. A dress up outfit, kmart have a good variety and they are usually around the $20 mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    For a 2yo Boy of Girl, I always bring some coloring pens.

    Not any brand, this one : "Aozora Baby Crayon"

    They are the best. They only draw on paper, they don't leave marks on skin/walls/table/clothes, they are cute and stackable, they don't need sharpening ever and they don't break when thrown on the floor.

    It's always a hit. I also offer a book of blank pages to go with the pencils

    Cost me $15 with the paper.
    Where can I get them from please? A quick google makes me think it's something I need to order online?

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    If you are in Melbourne you can get them for the shops "Big Dreams" in Collingwood and Northcote.

    I think they would be happy to send it in the mail too.

    I'm sure you could find them online. They are really good!

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    DS2 is 2 and he loves cars, his kinetic sand, water, bubbles, crayola markers for drawing (even when he draws all over himself it wipes straight off him), every type of ball, sidewalk chalk, paint, books with flaps or touchy bits, photos of himself, dvds.

    Oh and hats. Boy is obsessed with hats.


 

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