Posted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:16 pm
Post subject: Xmas pressie ideas for 4 1/2 yr old little girl
Posted: Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:19 am
if she hasnt caught the hello kitty bug, count yourself very lucky! most of the little girls i know, ranging in age from 3 all the way to 11 seem very into it, including my 8yr old (who has spent most of the morning browsing every catalogue in search of hk items to put on her xmas list as if she didnt end up with tons for her birthday, but it seems the hk invasion hasnt come close to finishing yet
Posted: Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:45 am
hello kitty has been around for 30 odd years!!! ive always loved it my friend at juniour school s nana used to bring it over from hong kong as for years you couldnt get it herre for love nor money, when we were moving house i found loads of stuff she had given me and i gave it all to my friends daughter only to find out 5 months later im having a daughter!!! but hello kitty just rocks!! ive even got xmas decs that my dad sent from the states (i know im a little old at 36 to still be loving hk but hey ho!!) i would buy hk for a little girl asda have just had a great range in from pens to clocks n toothbrushes!! i am to sad i know!!
Posted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:02 pm
My DD is hello kitty mad. Id love to know where they get to know it from as its not like its shown on tv etc.
We're gonna be redecorating her bedroom soon and shes adament shes having hello kitty but knowing me, i do it and she wont like it anymore so we've allowed the duvet and i bought some paint ur own canvas pics and thats her limit, LOL.
Anyway, back to the original ques. My DD will be 5 at xmas and she wants a ds, not any ds but it has to be a pink one. Does she not realise how expensive the pink ones are !!!
So shes having that, a few games and then small things eg board games, hk stuff etc xx
Posted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 6:25 pm
i wonder the same about Hello Kitty..........you dont see it on TV do you?? I dont think its particularly nice either but for some reason my niece has gone crazy about it. I tried to help her get dressed the other day and she got all anxious cos her leggings were 'covering' her Kitty socks and she wanted them to be on show
Wonderful world a child world isnt it!......lets hope the DS doesnt strike as quickly as the HK one did....then again her Mummy can buy that
Posted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 11:26 am
baby borns are horrible! I hate all dolls which are like little babies, they're just freaky!! eeeuuurgh!!
I've been using identity direct website for gifts this year, they are great for personalised stuff, but order soon because it takes a while to arrive