Dating for 2 years gift ideas
Please note that not all of these are recommended by the manufacturer for a two-year-old, which means they haven’t been safety tested for this age group.
Please do your own safety assessment before giving these to a child. John Lewis Little Buggy: £10, John Lewis If your little one loves dolls, you’ll need a dolls’ buggy, though most two-year-olds we’ve met also enjoyed pushing around an empty buggy, or using it to collect leaves and other treasure as you walk through the park.
Since budgets and gift-giving traditions vary, we’ve suggested both inexpensive gestures and over-the-top ideas.
There is also a larger version with storage space if you have more to spend. Melissa & Doug Stack and Count Parking Garage: £14.99, Argos Here you have 10 different coloured cars that stack into a wooden garage.
Such a simple concept and yet such a great toy – kids can play with the wooden cars as well as the garage itself, while the adults around them feel good about the learning opportunity it gives in terms of colours and numbers. Lots to Cuddle Babies Twins: £19.99, Smyths If we treated our babies the way little ones treat their dollies, doll social services would be called instantly.
So it takes a tough doll to deal with being dragged around the house by its ankles, thrown on the floor in favour of a chocolate button and kicked under the bed when it’s been naughty.
These soft-bodied twin babies cope admirably though, and manage not to look quite as sinister as some of their friends in the toyshop. Micro Scooters Mini Micro Deluxe Scooter: £69.99, John Lewis Two-years-olds have long coveted these scooters when out and about but until recently they were only able to use them once they reached a certain height.
A couple celebrating anniversaries after that can start all over again!