I moved Amelia's room around yet again this week, I took down her cot as she no longer is sleeping in it and decided to move her toddler bed back to where it originally was. Her wardrobe and chest of drawers are on the right hand side of the room which left me with a whole lot of space to put her toys. I decided to move her play kitchen and easel upstairs for now to make more room downstairs and allow her to play in her room now that I've put a safety gate on her door.
We bought Amelia a play kitchen as her main Christmas present this year and I am so glad we did. She has always shown an interest in items in our kitchen so I thought it would be good to get her one of her own to play with in hope it would distract her from ours! I decided on the Kidcraft country style play kitchen which you can purchase here. It's not cheap but I wanted something which would last and not break easily like I've seen plastic ones do and plus this fits in with the decor of her room and our house which is something I was looking for. She was also given a toaster and kettle set from her Grandparents which she loves playing with along with her washing machine.
Amelia's easel is from the Early learning centre I know the recommended age for these is 3+ but I thought I'd take the chance anyway. I'm glad we did because this is another favourite Christmas present of hers. She loves drawing and uses it daily to doodle. One side is a blackboard and the other is a whiteboard so it gives us different options to do each day. I bought some jumbo chalk and a wooden caddy to keep them in and it all fits in nicely in the corner of Amelia's room.
We also bought her this wooden dolls pram which is from GLTC and a few rag dolls to go with it. She loves playing with them and putting them all in the pram. I love the floral pattern and it goes really nicely in her room. I can also use this for book storage as her collection grows.
What is your child's favourite Christmas present?
Don't forget to come and link up your favourite Christmas present/s this Sunday!