I think your response was the thing that wasn't 'age appropriate'....I find it incredibly rude to question someone's choice of a present for your child
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18-04-2016 12:19 #41
18-04-2016 12:53 #42
Before we get all carried away with the OP lets keep in mind her first response.
Could it be that some of us jumping to certain conclusions abiut the entire thing a little too hastily. This is not my go to forum and while I recognise a good number of user names I cant claim to have got to know many intimately beyond a few posts.
My opinion is OP posted without having thought of all the options and benefited quickly. Now some of us are giving her an unnecessary hard time.
Last edited by DaveTTC; 18-04-2016 at 16:43.
03-05-2016 07:38 #43
OP what board games were they? I have a friend who has older children than mine. She always gifts them things that I at first think are beyond their age and then I'm surprised to find they love them. Eg jigsaw puzzles and Where's Wally books for a 2yr old that are pitched at 3+ so I guess depending on the board game I'd give it a go....maybe your child will love them.
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