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Old 11-14-2011, 03:27 AM   #1
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Default Xmas Gift Ideas for a 1 year old girl???

Well, I'm looking for ideas for a Christmas gift for my daughter...... And birthday gifts, too. She was born on Xmas Eve last year, first and only kid, so, ANY IDEAS?

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A 1911?... soft plush type of course.

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Well, an AR in 5.56 has moderate recoil, and if you get the collapsable stock version, they can handle it much easier in the playpen.........

Yes, I'm kidding. Anything bright, cuddly, or jingly (ummm- wait a minute- I just described ME!!!)

Seriously, they make some toys for kids that age- some that they can whack, make squeaky noises, etc. Books- they are called board books- thick pages, bright pictures, etc. Teddy bears are hard to go wrong on.


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Well, and AR in 5.56 has moderate recoil, and if you get the collapsable stock version, they can handle it much easier in the playpen.........

Yes, I'm kidding. Anything bright, cuddly, or jingly (ummm- wait a minute- I just described ME!!!)

Seriously, they make some toys for kids that age- some that they can whack, make squeaky noises, etc. Books- they are called board books- thick pages, bright pictures, etc. Teddy bears are hard to go wrong on.

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Lol. Too late. She's got a 9 wk old chihuahua mix that she chases around the house like a banshee!
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Well, I'm looking for ideas for a Christmas gift for my daughter...... And birthday gifts, too. She was born on Xmas Eve last year, first and only kid, so, ANY IDEAS?
Dude its me mulie trust me she wants a dakota in 270 or a weatherby mark 5 accumark in 338 win mag. Lmao tell he mulie said happy b day
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Yes, I'm kidding. Anything bright, cuddly, or jingly (ummm- wait a minute- I just described ME!!!)

Seriously, they make some toys for kids that age- some that they can whack, make squeaky noises, etc. Books- they are called board books- thick pages, bright pictures, etc. Teddy bears are hard to go wrong on.
I think C3 described himself much more accurately in the line right under his user name.

But C3 does have it right when he describes what your daughter might like. This is the time to enjoy buying them gifts because they are thrilled with pretty much anything. At that age, my kids also liked things they could pull or push while they walked around. Little wagons, toy shopping carts, etc. Also, my daughter always loved to have a soft, stuffed baby doll to hug and carry around. I'm telling you, little girls are born to nurture, even that young.

Please be sure the puppy has a 'safe spot' it can go to if it needs to rest. The pup should have somewhere to go where he can be left alone if and when it needs that. When my kids were very young, they were taught that if the dog was in it's crate, whether the crate door was open or shut, the dog must be left alone. When the dog came out of it's crate, they could play with it again.
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A nice pistol. She's too young to really do anything yet, so you'll get to take care of it for her.

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A cardboard box is always a great gift for a kid. Especially a big one. Endless playtime that the imagimation can run free. Even my 5 year old daughter loves playing with a box.

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Anything with lights and buttons.

You'll be amazed how much of her life this will be effective criteria for something to entertain her...

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A puppy, one who would grow with her, one who will protect her well into her teens!
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