Elizabeth is 4-and-a-half. She likes Hello Kitty and she likes crafts.
My parents got her the 35th Anniversary Hello Kitty Colors pack, which contains five small plush Hello Kittys in five different colors.
My brother and sister-in-law bought her a Hello Kitty Dress Me doll, which I'd given up on because it was out of stock on Amazon, but they found her one. (We'd considered the Ty Hello Kitty as an alternative, but I think the Dress Me is way better---more like a doll in shape.)
We got her some pajamas with kitties on them and a Hello Kitty marker-by-number set, but we want to buy her one more thing. Here are some of the candidates:
This is significantly more than I wanted to spend, but a Hello Kitty dollhouse?? I think she would FAINT. Why are dollhouses SO EXPENSIVE?
Hello Kitty clock. I like it, but I had in mind something less practical.
Would she LOVE a stamp set, or would it mean she'd draw less? Would the alphabet stamp set help her when she wanted to write words but couldn't handle the letters? or would it keep her from continuing to try her letters?
Magnetic dress-up dolls: tons of fun? or tons of pieces lost all over the house? (I'm also considering the boy version for Henry---but why is the boy version costumes instead of outfits?)
Life-improving products, part 4 - (Continued from part 1, part 2, and part 3.) Stearns Youth Life Vest (photo from Amazon.com). I’d been too scared to take the kids to any body of water oth...