Originally Posted by audreyhorne
i think it depends on the child, but that is a lot of money for such a simple doll. maybe do you know someone who sews who can make you a simple doll out of one of the free...
I would really like one of these for my LO for her chirstmas present but to have it shipped to the UK is going to make the final price something like $135 which makes it a really expensive doll...I know some people on here have these...
Originally Posted by Greenmama2AJ
Here you go attachedmama
I live in Australia where blue gums are the main local wood plantation. These are also an important cash crop plantation wood grown in Hawaii &...
Originally Posted by wombatclay
We have the blue/white ceramic from Ikea... they've lasted two years so far with only one "break". They're surprisingly sturdy (they get dropped, thrown, used for...
Originally Posted by Mamatolea
I guess perhaps I am doing something right! I started another thread of WHAT to do with my DD(almost 18 months) and someone linked me here. Phew!
My daughter is exceptionally...
Originally Posted by nlpmamma
I have a list of age specific recommendations for toys from our WS.
For ages 1-4 it suggests:
knot doll, large sack doll, doll with sewn on clothes or a large simple doll...
My LO doesn't ask for TV on a daily basis.... its been about two and a bit months since we stopped it. Just thought I'd let you know! : She does talk about which DVD she is going to pick for the weekend though... LOL