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#1 of 7 Old 05-11-2007, 08:37 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Harvest will be one in July and I am trying to think of a nice toy to buy him for his birthday. Any ideas?

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We just got Quinn who tunred one APril 22 the Melissa and Doug Alligator Clacker Walker......he LOVES IT! We got it on eBay at a toy store for $25 shipped I think....let me see if I can find a link.....if we could have afforded more I still would have gotten that and maybe a new book or 2.....


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That is really cute! I can see how he woudl love to walk around pushing it.

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DS turned one 2 weeks ago and we got some great toys! He is really loving the bead maze (like in Dr.'s offices...metal "tracks" and wood beads that travel up/down and aroud), some wooden blocks (he does lots of in/out play with the box they came in...and experiments with shoving them under couch cushions, etc..), board books- he looks at his farm animal book ALL OF THE TIME along with a book that has many pictures of babies! My mom got him a cloth-stuffed globe that he's using to practice throwing and catching.....hmm I know there's more, I'll be back later!

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DD didn't use her walker as much as I'd thought she might as it went too fast for her. Now at 2 1/2 she loves it, it becomes a dolls pram, shopping trolley and various other things. Definatly a toy worth having.

She's also enjoyed a wooden push along on a stick, shape sorter and wooden puzzles.

Her grandparents got her a lovely set of wooden blocks for her first birthday. It's taken her a while to get into them but they get lots of use now too.
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dd just turned one and I got her a baby doll. She's obsessed with babies so she likes it. I also got her some books with photographs of animals and some magnets for the fridge for her to play with. She loves the magnets.
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My son loved pushing around anything on wheels.... trains, cars, corn popper toy.... okay he still loves that.

We also always give at least one book for every birthday and Christmas

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