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Old 11-14-2011, 02:32 PM   #11
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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?
A new baby brother.
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A new baby brother.
Ha......Ha. I sorta like this one. And having money. Lol. Maybe later though...
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I got my niece a "Glow Worm" for her 1st birthday, it's about 8 bucks at Wally world. It's a little caterpillar that lights up and sings a lullaby. I've had to replace it every year since, because she wears it out. I'm not talking dead batteries (they are replaceable) but it just stops working and can't sing anymore.

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I got my niece a "Glow Worm" for her 1st birthday, it's about 8 bucks at Wally world. It's a little caterpillar that lights up and sings a lullaby. I've had to replace it every year since, because she wears it out. I'm not talking dead batteries (they are replaceable) but it just stops working and can't sing anymore.
Is this the one with the legs you press for the alphabet? ...if so, my 8 year old son learned that he can make it curse. :/
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Is this the one with the legs you press for the alphabet? ...if so, my 8 year old son learned that he can make it curse. :/
I don't think this one had the alphabet, it just sang a simple little lullaby as far as I know. I think it was "twinkle, twinkle little star".
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I'm happy that you have such a wonderful problem/question. Unfortunately, no kids or grandkids for me so I'm no help. But it sounds like some pretty good suggestions so far.

My only advice should you go firearm would be to stick with NERF.

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Is this the one with the legs you press for the alphabet? ...if so, my 8 year old son learned that he can make it curse. :/
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I don't think this one had the alphabet, it just sang a simple little lullaby as far as I know. I think it was "twinkle, twinkle little star".
Urban, I know which toy you mean. It is a great carry around toy. And Trip, it's not the one you are thinking of. Your 8 year old son sounds like a lot of fun. Creative kid.

Here is a description of the non-cursing one............

Glo Worm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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You're right.. not the same. I cant remember the name of the one im thinking of. But apparently you press the "F" and "J" within a split second of each other.. it says "Fuh-Q" lol

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My experience coming from my two chitlens is, no matter what you buy them...they will always like the box it came in better :-)

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