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    Gifts for a Toddler Girl

    Inspired by my 2½ year old daughter. These are all things that she either has and enjoys or things that I would absolutely buy for her, given the chance. This list is tailored to fit the type of toddler girl who is autistic, loves animals, drawing, and anything that is cute or has wheels.

    Gifts for a Toddler Girl

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    Handcrafted, chunky, wooden dinosaurs by Holtziger. These are really cute in person.

    Sea Sparkles Morgana mermaid soft doll - $13

    Polka Pony cushion by Wu & Wu - $40

    My Natural Good Earth Girl Mermaid 12" plush doll by MiYim - $25

    Maritime Mates Undersea Treasure Hunt Pool Toy by Melissa & Doug - It's meant to be for the pool but it's perfect for toddlers who love to pretend to be pirates. Our daughter likes to have a map drawn for her telling her where to go to find it and then reliving the "TREASURE!" moment over and over. - $17

    "Molly" Monkey, by designer Leann Leftwich Zajas and sold exclusively by the Peabody Essex Museum. This plush doll is quite big and comes with her own satchel and her own little doll tucked inside. She also has a twin brother, "Olly" - $30

    Animal figures by Schleich - Many toy stores have a good selection of Schleich figurines. There are wild and domesticated animals to choose from and LOTS of horses. They're usually about $5 - $8 each.

    Dinosaurs in a Rock House by FAO Schwarz - 7 plush dinosaurs co-existing peacefully in a soft cave that doubles as a carrying case. It's pricey but a good deal if your child wants a bunch of snuggly dinosaurs in their bed, since these usually cost about 15 to 20 dollars each. - $60

    Caillou as a farmer with a cute tractor, animals, and pumpkins. (Some of the farming equipment is very small but wouldn't be missed if you got rid of it.) - $17

    Peppa Pig and her family, action figure set - $10

    R2-D2 small, plush clip-on that "talks" -- my daughter loves her "robot" and the sounds he makes - $9.50

    Seahorse plushies -- these are small, sparkly, and wonderfully soft. We got ours at Barnes and Noble, but they're not for sale on their website. - $8

    Djeco puzzle set, 3 brightly illustrated puzzles featuring bears, each a different difficulty level (4, 6, and 9 pieces) - $13.50

    Tokidoki Stellina Plushie -- plastic Tokidoki characters are too pointy for toddlers, but this plushie is soft and features a fantastic bright design - $20

    Campfire animals zipper bag for pencils and crayons - $7

    Pocoyo: Meet Pocoyo DVD -- This show makes my daughter laugh hysterically. It's about a young boy named Pocoyo and his animal friends. Stephen Fry does the narration. I highly recommend it for babies and up. (It's currently airing on Nick Jr.) - $7

    Space adventure pillow, Fiona Hewitt art - $40

    Wu & Wu pillow with art by Fiona Hewitt and pom-pom trim - $40

    Night Owl night light, variety of colors available - $13

    Deeter the Dino, handmade plushie only available from the Peabody Essex Museum - $30

    North American Bear Co. Goody Bag, pony messenger bag - $28

    Babiators sunglasses - $20

    Blabla offers t-shirts that match their knitted dolls - $15

    Sandwich the Cat by Blabla -- These are hand-knit, soft and snuggly, plus there are other colors and designs available. We were lucky to have gotten ours when it was on sale ... - $52

    Stackadoos, bristle blocks - $23