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Dec

Best Gifts For Girly Girls: 2011 Holiday Gift Guide Picks

1. Calafant Princess Palace

Encourage your child’s imagination and watch their creativity unfold with this super cool palace kit. Made from cardboard, each piece is pre-cut and pre-punched (no need for scissors or glue, everything fits with a slot-and-groove system). It’s a princess castle AND a craft kit all-in-one!

Price: $24.99 from Creative Toy Shop

2. Furreal Friends Cookie My Playful Pup

This adorable puppy from Furreal Friends moves, sounds and acts just like a real puppy. When you pet her head she barks and wags her tail. Measuring 14 inches tall, you can sit her up or pose her legs in front so she lies down. Ideal for toddlers or kids ages 4 and up!

Price: $48.99 from Hasbro Toy Shop

3. Joovy Toy Car Seat

If your girls are as obsessed with dolls as mine, they are sure to go gaga for this toy car seat from Joovy. It straps into your vehicle just like a regular car seat and clicks into the Joovy toy caboose stroller!

Price: $59.99 from Toys R Us

4. American Girl DollHouse

The brand new company American DollHouses creates doll houses especially for your child’s 18″ dolls, whether they be American Girl, Maplelea or Disney. The one room doll house with ice cream shoppe scene is our favorite!

Price: $79.99 from American Girl DollHouse

5. Razzle Dazzle Ruby Book

In this brand new book by Masha D’yans, Ruby makes the ordinary extraordinary during a magical day out. Kids can experience skating on a pond, rolling giant snowballs, sledding down a snowy hill and creating snow angels by flipping through this beautiful book complete with gorgeous watercolors and paper details.

Price: $12.23 from our affiliate Amazon.com

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.

   

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