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Depesche TOPModel - Diary With Code And Sound - (412420)

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Would it be possible for you to take them to build a bear so they could choose a Teddy and outfit each? My dd is 9 and adores her llama with roller skates! They do lots of animals/characters and the experience is a lovely one to do with them. You could also do a photo of them stuffing the Teddy or afterwards to print off. If you cannot find your doll using these methods, you can find out the manufacturer and/or name through a doll appraisal at doll shows or doll shops. Some are free, and some require a fee. You can also find online doll appraisals for a fee. Many dolls can be adequately identified via online photos. What’s the best way to identify an antique doll? How about an our generation doll for the 9yo or designafriends one. If she’s very girly and likes to take care of her dolls she may like these. My 9yo has grown out of hers but just not quite ready to let go yet so might be just right for you. I have a 7yo and 9yo and those would be too young for mine. Just the look of them would put them off I think as they look so young. Some good ideas! 9 year old is a little young for her age, with her additional needs. I like the tamagotchi idea but fear it might be too small - she has some motor control issues!

Agreeing with other posters- those are probably too young for a 7 and 9 year old (if it's not something they have specifically asked for). I'd say the diary would be better for the 7 year old. I have a 9 year old not at all girly though... I'll have a think.

Sylvanian Families is a great call. My 10 year old DD still likes a sneaky play of her younger sister's sets when no one is looking. I’ve got two presents left to buy and for various reasons I am now switching to buying phtsical gifts this year. If your doll has no marks, your job will be more difficult. You will have to search for books to find and identify your doll visually. Diary writing is absolutely in vogue. Not only adults write their thoughts from the soul, also children like to keep special experiences and feelings on well-guarded lines. And why not? Because diary writing not only exercises young students' handwriting, but also helps them to reflect and re-evaluate new situations.

I have DD’s with additional needs, both struggle with fine motor skills, they are older now but things the enjoyed (some the still enjoy)…. Once you get the diary is 0000. The code can then be amended as follows: press 1, 3 and 0 and hold the keys down for four seconds, then press the current code (0000). When the diary is open press the * (star) in 3 seconds. Then you have 10 seconds to enter the new code and finish with # (pound) for confirmation.Sylvanian families for the 9yo? I know lots of children who still enjoy it at that age and you could get a nice set for your budget. They are 7 and 9 (sisters), the elder has some additional needs. She is particularly ‘girly’ and enjoys ‘taking care of her tots/dolls’ and nurturing.

Whether TOPModel, Dino World or Ylvi - all Depesche diaries with code and sound have the same preset secret code. This is how you can create your own secret code: Looking for a cool gift for your best friend? Or just looking for the latest TOPModel products? Then you’ve come to the right place!

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