Remember when the banks had the CHRISTMAS CLUB. Well my wife always got one and paid every week. With 4 girls it sure came handy at Christmas time. We always had a very good Christmas and it was paid for.
I would put some of the Barbies aside for the next 2 birthdays and Christmas.
I think my niece had 19 naked blonde Barbies in her room - they never put clothes ON the dolls, only take them off. For some reason everyone gave her a Barbie for Christmas one year. My SIL vacuumed up tiny high heels, tiaras and gloves for years. You have much to look forward too.
You will have a great time when she opens the gift and sees the Barbie(s). Welcome to Barbie Land!
Ok, Now I feel like one of "those parents" that does anything to make their kid happy. I just ran out to toys r us at 11:00 at night to buy barbies for DD for christmas. We were trying to catch the sale on-line tonight but everything was out of stock. Ran to the store and came home with tea party barbie, a fairy tale barbie w/ 3 changes of clothes in the box, a barbie horse and carriage and a barbie car for $80. It was all buy 1 get 1 50% off. I would have bought the barbie camper but it was $80 by itself. This is my DD's starter barbie stuff. She has loved the barbie movies so we decided it was time but I really felt silly going to the store in the middle of the night (sale ended at midnight).
When I was four I got a Slinky, my brother bend it the next day, but the following xmas I got a shirt. One gift per year. Worked fine for me.
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