PARENTING: Baby Toys for 12-18 Months+ | Fisher Price | Batman | ELC | Leap Frog

My girl is rather fussy when it comes to toys so we buy an awful lot of pre-loved items as it can get rather costly otherwise. Each kid is very different so I thought it would be good to show what she's currently playing with and what new bits we have for her. I have noticed she likes things with a bit of a challenge and once she can do it she's no longer interested.

Here are some of the things she's currently playing with lots recently.

ELC magnet alphabet where she likes sticking it on the radiators. These are £9 in the shops and I picked mine up pre-loved for £1.

Fisher Price laugh and learning piggy bank on Smyths Toys for £16.99 discounted. I picked this up pre-loved for £5

Play Doh starter set from Amazon for £9.99. I chose this set because it came with a bag so I can throw everything in once we are finished. It's really handy for everything play doh related like rolling pins & various shape cutters.

Magic Colouring book from Amazon this was a gift at xmas - various ones here. We also have the aqua doodle which she loves and how clever is this idea. You literally fill the main pens with water to start colouring in and it is mess free which I love.  

Leap Frog picnic pre-loved for £5 and brand new they cost £23.99

New Toys to test out this month:

Bath Flutes from Amazon for £3.25 I thought these would be fun in the bath rather than playing with the same toys every day. She seems to show interest in musical instruments.

*Batman interactive soft plush from Argos for £23.99 he's got sound effects, signature catch phrases and the eyes also light up! This would be a great gift for the little one at Christmas. 

We are also using our Tuff Tray a lot, I will share with you all the activities we do on there each week.

There you have it a current round up of our current and new toys!

What does your little one love playing with?


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