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Old Jan 22nd, 2014, 12:51 PM   521
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boo amazon.



 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2014, 13:01 PM   522
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boo indeed



bet they've lost alot of custom from doing
a minimum delivery on everything, just means
more people will go to ebay for the little things
the book people probably do better too




 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2014, 13:25 PM   523
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I know its so annoying I most certainly won't be buying half as much as I was because of it! Much cheaper to go elsewhere now! Hopefully they will realise how much they will be losing and change it back xx



 
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Just ordered loads of clothes for Xmas presents next year for my lo from argos, got shed loads for 20!

I know this is going to highlight my bargain hunting problem...but I'm trying to get Xmas presents throughout the year when I can find things cheap but what kind of things do 2 year old girls like/interested in?! First time mum here!

So far I've got; clothes, play doh, colouring posters, chair and table, shopping basket with fake food.

Her bday and Xmas are within weeks of each other so trying to spread the cost throughout the year

Xx



 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2014, 15:47 PM   525
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Just ordered loads of clothes for Xmas presents next year for my lo from argos, got shed loads for 20!

I know this is going to highlight my bargain hunting problem...but I'm trying to get Xmas presents throughout the year when I can find things cheap but what kind of things do 2 year old girls like/interested in?! First time mum here!

So far I've got; clothes, play doh, colouring posters, chair and table, shopping basket with fake food.

Her bday and Xmas are within weeks of each other so trying to spread the cost throughout the year

Xx
at two her favs were her kitchen and shopping trolley scooter balance bike, dolls and pram playdoh painting gluing happyland and she started getting into puzzles too x



 
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free books and maps etc about the e.u

http://bookshop.europa.eu/en/bundles...AAAEuj40D0UzZ/

some are avaliable in paper format or you can
download them and plenty of languages to choose from

i've just ordered a few, any that are too
old for her i'll donate to the school although
i might do another order just for the school
free educational books are always a plus, sure
they won't say no lol

delivery is free too



this is what i ordered in book form

All u need is space (comic)
Europe and you
European Union map 2013
Imagine and draw a better environment with Tom
The healthiest holiday
On the farm
Farms are fun




 
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at two her favs were her kitchen and shopping trolley scooter balance bike, dolls and pram playdoh painting gluing happyland and she started getting into puzzles too x
can't go wrong with happyland and scooters!




 
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That Tosco thing would have been good if it wasn't all crappy junk & rubbish food on offer

Going to check out Argos for baby's holiday clothes!



 
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Just ordered loads of clothes for Xmas presents next year for my lo from argos, got shed loads for 20!

I know this is going to highlight my bargain hunting problem...but I'm trying to get Xmas presents throughout the year when I can find things cheap but what kind of things do 2 year old girls like/interested in?! First time mum here!

So far I've got; clothes, play doh, colouring posters, chair and table, shopping basket with fake food.

Her bday and Xmas are within weeks of each other so trying to spread the cost throughout the year

Xx
You can pick up Disney princess little people bargains from time to time. argos have the Cinderella coach reduced at the moment to 11.99 I think and Sainsbury's had a load of stuff half price. I'm waiting for a bargain on the little people palace!



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Old Jan 23rd, 2014, 03:39 AM   530
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My son is around a year behind in development so what he's into at 3 is the same as what a 2 year old would like if you get me he's having a play doh table (chad valley), a tri scooter, a wooden car garage, paints, books, WOW toys (I really recommend these they're brilliant hard wearing friction toys they don't need any batteries) and I'll get him a play house for the garden if I can find a good deal on one.



 
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