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It’s designed like an English cottage which, unfortunately, is unlikely to be robust enough to take too much enthusiastic play, though the tea set itself could easily last to be handed on to the next generation. The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr: £5.20, Wordery Much loved by all ages, The Tiger Who Came to Tea is the story of what happens when a tiger pops round for tea one day - unless you choose to believe the theories that it’s an allegory for the Nazis, or an alcoholic mother.These soft-bodied twin babies cope admirably though, and manage not to look quite as sinister as some of their friends in the toyshop. Micro Scooters Mini Micro Deluxe Scooter: £69.99, John Lewis Two-years-olds have long coveted these scooters when out and about but until recently they were only able to use them once they reached a certain height.The new adjustable micro scooter (available in eight colours) solves this problem, and soon they’ll be racing round the street while you run after them - heart in mouth.Please do your own safety assessment before giving these to a child. John Lewis Baby Doll Pushchair: £10, John Lewis If your little one loves dolls, you’ll need a dolls’ buggy, though most two-year-olds we’ve met also enjoyed pushing around an empty buggy, or using it to collect leaves and other treasure as you walk through the park.As with real buggies though, you can pay anything between a few pounds and a few hundred pounds, and as with real buggies, the child doesn’t seem to care.
This one from John Lewis does the job perfectly well, and gets away from the pinkness surrounding so many doll products.