May 2012 Moms

I know questions like this have been asked a million times

But I'm going to ask anyway.

I am going to a birthday party in a few weeks for a friend's daughter, who is turning 2. I have no idea what to get. This girl has a ridiculous wardrobe already so I don't want to buy more clothes. I'd really like to get something relatively practical rather than just a toy of some sort. Any suggestions?


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Re: I know questions like this have been asked a million times

  • I always like to give books when I'm at a loss. They're good at any age!

    Maybe coloring books and some crayons/markers as well?


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  • image MrsH11710:

    I always like to give books when I'm at a loss. They're good at any age!

    Maybe coloring books and some crayons/markers as well?

    I would do this too.  Or age appropriate puzzles?  When I am at a loss I look for something somewhat educational.

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  • Melissa and Doug puzzles. 
  • I've been giving tickets to events lately for birthdays - like to the zoo, butterfly museum, children's museum, day out with Thomas, etc.  I usually included a little toy to go with it (like a little stuffed monkey with the zoo tickets)

    Another good idea are things that need to be replaced; like art supplies and bath toys (including bubble bath & color tabs).   

    You could always get her some "boy-ish" toys like trains, trucks, legos, etc.  Unfortunately little girls don't get these often and they love playing with them just as much as the boys.  


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