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Here you may select from 2014's Top Girls Gifts For Christmas to delight your child on Christmas day.

Girls and Young Kids Gifts For Christmas

Barbie Puppy Fur Real Pets Jewel Sparkles Mytotclock
Power Wheels Lil Quad
Leap frog leap pad Plasma Car Pink Radio Flyer

Barbie Puppy Water Park

This is reported by children to be one of the best Barbie toys ever. The dogs are very realistic and they can ride on the ferris wheel or slide down the water slides. Barbie Puppies

There is a Barbie doll which has a great squirt gun which adds to the fun water play.

Barbie, her puppies and your child will have lots of fun at the water park.

This is a toy they your children will also enjoy playing in the bathtub with as well.

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FurReal Friends Baby Butterscotch My Magical Show Pony Pet

The FurReal Friends Butterscotch Pony really moves and responds to your touch (when you touch the special sensors on her muzzle, her body and the sides of her head. You can pose your electronic pony to sit, stand or lie down.

When she is hungry you can give your pony her very own carrot and then listen to her happily Furreal Butterscotch Ponynibbling and chomping away.

She comes with a special brush and she loves to be brushed. When it is nap time pose her legs so she can lie down next you. She will snore gently as she falls asleep near you.

"...Overall, the kids love it. My 6 and 3 year olds both played with her non-stop the first few days, and even a month later they usually sleep with her and whenever they have company the horse is front and center getting dressed up along with the girls for the fashion show.

As others have said, the "real" part of the horse wears off pretty quickly. My daughters always turn her off to sleep and I find most days they don't even bother turning her back on. Instead they just dress her & brush her and play pretend with her, rather than use the interactive features.

I'm not sure that a stuffed horse would have the same effect, I feel like the bendable legs and her overall size and feel make her more attractive to play with, even in the off mode, though I can't quite say why. ..." Excerpt from Amazon Reviews

Recommended for ages: 4 years and up.

Takes 4 "C" batteries but they are included.

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Lalaloopsy Doll Jewel Sparkles

The Lalaloopsy dolls are rag dolls that have magically come to life, taking on the personalities of the fabrics that were used to make them. Lalaloopsy  DollThey live in a silly, colorful world. Your child will have fun keeping the magic of the Lalaloopsy's world alive.

These little dolls are so easy to dress. They are durable and can take a lot of dropping, kicking, etc.

Lalaloopsy's are bright colored and all of them come with their own miniature pet.

She has floppy little legs and her shoes come off also.

Recommended ages: 6 to 12 years.

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Tot Clock

The My Tot Clock is the premier toddler sleep clock. Kids Clock It changes colors in order to teach your little ones when to sleep and when to wake up. It has a blue light when it is sleep time and a yellow light for wake up time.

It also plays lullabies, bedtime stories, wake up music and some white noise (like ocean sounds). Parents set all the up to fit the family routine.

Has a nightlight with 5 levels of illumination, which includes an OFF position also.

Another neat little feature is a red light for a built-in Timeout Timer and a green light for a built-in Toddler Activity Manager (like time to pick up your toys and get ready for bedtime)

The changeable faceplates allows you to match the Tot Clock to your child's bedroom theme or interest.

This toddler clock is great for any child that is moving to their own bed and room for the first time and/or a child that is afraid of the dark.

Don't think you will find anything out there that is this good as a Child's clock. Happy Sleeping to both you and your child!

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Dora Quad Power Wheels

You may have to help them learn how to steer but otherwise your child will love how easy the Lil' Quad Power Wheels are to get on and off of and the fact that they can control Lil Quad Power Wheelsthem on their own. And if your child is a Dora the Explorer fan that will add to their enjoyment.

"Purchased this as a Christmas present for our 17 month old daughter. She LOVES it! We were a little concerned at first that she may not understand how to use it but once we showed her where the button was she's been cruising around ever since. Only complaint is that my husband had a difficult time with the stickers crinkling. Other than that, this was a great purchase." excerpt from Amazon customer review.

It has a large push-button for simple stop and go operation and has a cargo rack on the back. Drives a safe 2 mph on hard surfaces.

Your child will love this Dora the Explorer™ 4-wheeler for many hours of real driving fun and adventure. It is perfect for the backyard or that trip down to the park and back.

Pros: Great price, easy assembly, kids love it, enough room for them to "pack up and go", durable and safe.

Cons: Some of the decals come off easily and the battery life is short (keep the charger handy).

Includes a 6-volt battery and charger.

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Leapfrog Leappad3 Learning System

Introduce your child to technology early with a Leap Pad Learning System. The LeapPad Explorer is LeapFrog LeapPada personalized learning tablet just for kids ages 4 to 9 years old. It is sleek and thin but sturdy enough to survive kids, plus their dirty fingers.

The Leap Pad gives your child access to more than 100 games, videos, educational books and apps. Subjects like reading, science and mathmatics are covered in an interactive and fun way.

Be prepared to do some updates on the LeapPad and apps right out of the box.

The built-in camera allows your child to become the stars of their own stories. The Art Studio and Story Studio apps allow children to modify pictures that they take and drop them into storybooks. Both apps are free and once you register the device you can download them.

"...One HUGE plus that I had not anticipated is that when you buy an app from the Leap Frog App store, you can install it on 2 LeapPads! This is AMAZING for us! Now, both of my newly 4 year old twins have identical apps on their devices and I get more bang for my buck. ... " excerpt from Amazon Review.

Recommended for ages: 4 to 9 years of age

Requires 4 "AA" batteries, so don't forget the batteries.

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PlaSmart Plasma Car

This kids ride on car is very popular and will be a toy that your child will play with long after Christmas day. It is easy to operate; just needs a smooth surface and a driver.
Pink Plasma Car

This car is almost magical. It requires no batteries, no liquid fuel and no power cells. It is propelled by kid-power, by harnessing the natural forces of gravity, inertia, friction and centrifugal force.

It is very quiet; except for the squeels of the driver and the sound of the wheels. It will provide your child with plenty of exercise.

The PlaSmart Plasma Car can be used inside or outdoors and can hold up to 200 lbs on a smooth surface and 110 lbs. on a rough surface.

Comes in Blue, Purple, Pink, Red and Yellow.

Recommended ages: 36 months to 10 years

There are many more features and 500+ positive reviews for this kids ride on car at Amazon Reviews. Check it out.

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Radio Flyer Big Wheel

If you want more of a performance trike then check out this Radio Flyer Bike. It is a chopper-style tricycle with a sleek racing design. Big Flyer Big Wheel There is a 16" front wheel with a performance grip tread and a racing pennant for child safety. It also features real chrome handlebars, comfortable molded hand grips and realistic gauges.

There is a 3-position adjustable seat. However, some customers have reported that their child being on the small side was unable to reach the pedals even in the first setting.

Comes in Red and Pink.

The Radio Flyer Big Wheel is very durable and your child will enjoy riding it for hours at a time.

Recommended for ages: 36 months to 7 years.

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Girls Christmas Presents

Lots of fun here to fill your girls Christmas wish list. However, if you still need some more ideas then go check out the other popular toys at this site in these catagories: Top Picks, Boys, Pre-School, Teens and of course the Hot and Cool stuff that every kid will be delighted to have under the tree on Christmas morning.

Shopping for kids really can be fun, so keep shopping.

Wishing You and Yours a Very Merry Christmas!


It was Christmas Eve, and Little Girl had just hung up her stocking by the fireplace—right where it would be all ready for Santa when he slipped down the chimney. She knew he was coming, because—well, because it was Christmas Eve, and because he always had come to leave gifts for her on all the other Christmas Eves that she could remember, and because she had seen his pictures everywhere down town that afternoon when she was out with Mother.

Still, she wasn't JUST satisfied. 'Way down in her heart she was a little uncertain—you see, when you have never really and truly seen a person with your very own eyes, it's hard to feel as if you exactly believed in him—even though that person always has left beautiful gifts for you every time he has come.

"Oh, he'll come," said Little Girl; "I just know he will be here before morning, but somehow I wish—" "Well, what do you wish?" said a Tiny Voice close by her—so close that Little Girl fairly jumped when she heard it.

"Why, I wish I could SEE Santa myself. I'd just like to go and see his house and his workshop, and ride in his sleigh, and know Mrs. Santa—'twould be such fun, and then I'd KNOW for sure."
"Why don't you go, then?" said Tiny Voice. "It's easy enough. Just try on these Shoes, and take this Light in your hand, and you'll find your way all right."

So Little Girl looked down on the hearth, and there were two cunning little Shoes side by side, and a little Spark of a Light close to them—just as if they were all made out of one of the glowing coals of the wood-fire. Such cunning Shoes as they were—Little Girl could hardly wait to pull off her slippers and try them on. They looked as if they were too small, but they weren't—they fitted exactly right, and just as Little Girl had put them both on and had taken the Light in her hand, along came a little Breath of Wind, and away she went up the chimney, along with ever so many other little Sparks, past the Soot Fairies, and out into the Open Air, where Jack Frost and the Star Beams were all busy at work making the world look pretty for Christmas.

Away went Little Girl—Two Shoes, Bright Light, and all—higher and higher, until she looked like a wee bit of a star up in the sky. It was the funniest thing, but she seemed to know the way perfectly, and didn't have to stop to make inquiries anywhere. You see it was a straight road all the way, and when one doesn't have to think about turning to the right or the left, it makes things very much easier. Pretty soon Little Girl noticed that there was a bright light all around her—oh, a very bright light—and right away something down in her heart began to make her feel very happy indeed. She didn't know that the Christmas spirits and little Christmas fairies were all around her and even right inside her, because she couldn't see a single one of them, even though her eyes were very bright and could usually see a great deal.

But that was just it, and Little Girl felt as if she wanted to laugh and sing and be glad. It made her remember the Sick Boy who lived next door, and she said to herself that she would carry him one of her prettiest picture-books in the morning, so that he could have something to make him happy all day. By and by, when the bright light all around her had grown very, very much brighter, Little Girl saw a path right in front of her, all straight and trim, leading up a hill to a big, big house with ever and ever so many windows in it. When she had gone just a bit nearer, she saw candles in every window, red and green and yellow ones, and every one burning brightly, so Little Girl knew right away that these were Christmas candles to light her on her journey, and make the way dear for her, and something told her that this was Santa's house, and that pretty soon she would perhaps see Santa himself.

Just as she neared the steps and before she could possibly have had time to ring the bell, the door opened—opened of itself as wide as could be—and there stood—not Santa himself—don't think it—but a funny Little Man with slender little legs and a roly-poly stomach which shook every now and then when he laughed. You would have known right away, just as Little Girl knew, that he was a very happy little man, and you would have guessed right away, too, that the reason he was so roly-poly was because he laughed and chuckled and smiled all the time—for it's only sour, cross folks who are thin and skimpy. Quick as a wink, he pulled off his little peaked red cap, smiled the broadest kind of a smile, and said, "Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Come in! Come in!"
So in went Little Girl, holding fast to Little Man's hand, and when she was really inside there was the jolliest, reddest fire all glowing and snapping, and there were Little Man and all his brothers and sisters, who said their names were "Merry Christmas," and "Good Cheer," and ever so many other jolly-sounding things, and there were such a lot of them that Little Girl just knew she never could count them, no matter how long she tried.

All around her were bundles and boxes and piles of toys and games, and Little Girl knew that these were all ready and waiting to be loaded into Santa's big sleigh for his reindeer to whirl them away over cloudtops and snowdrifts to the little people down below who had left their stockings all ready for him. Pretty soon all the little Good Cheer Brothers began to hurry and bustle and carry out the bundles as fast as they could to the steps where Little Girl could hear the jingling bells and the stamping of hoofs. So Little Girl picked up some bundles and skipped along too, for she wanted to help a bit herself—it's no fun whatever at Christmas unless you can help, you know—and there in the yard stood the BIGGEST sleigh that Little Girl had ever seen, and the reindeer were all stamping and prancing and jingling the bells on their harnesses, because they were so eager to be on their way to the Earth once more.

She could hardly wait for Santa to come, and just as she had begun to wonder where he was, the door opened again and out came a whole forest of Christmas trees, at least it looked just as if a whole forest had started out for a walk somewhere, but a second glance showed Little Girl that there were thousands of Christmas sprites, and that each one carried a tree or a big Christmas wreath on his back. Behind them all, she could hear some one laughing loudly, and talking in a big, jovial voice that sounded as if he were good friends with the whole world.
And straightway she knew that Santa himself was coming. Little Girl's heart went pit-a-pat for a minute while she wondered if Santa would notice her, but she didn't have to wonder long, for he spied her at once and said:

"Bless my soul! who's this? and where did you come from?"

Little Girl thought perhaps she might be afraid to answer him, but she wasn't one bit afraid. You see he had such a kind little twinkle in his eyes that she felt happy right away as she replied, "Oh, I'm Little Girl, and I wanted so much to see Santa that I just came, and here I am!"

"Ho, ho, ho, ho, ho!" laughed Santa, "and here you are! Wanted to see Santa, did you, and so you came! Now that's very nice, and it's too bad I'm in such a hurry, for we should like nothing better than to show you about and give you a real good time. But you see it is quarter of twelve now, and I must be on my way at once, else I'll never reach that first chimney-top by midnight. I'd call Mrs. Santa and ask her to get you some supper, but she is busy finishing dolls' clothes which must be done before morning, and I guess we'd better not bother her. Is there anything that you would like, Little Girl?" and good old Santa put his big warm hand on Little Girl's curls and she felt its warmth and kindness clear down to her very heart. You see, my dears, that even though Santa was in such a great hurry, he wasn't too busy to stop and make some one happy for a minute, even if it was some one no bigger than Little Girl.

So she smiled back into Santa's face and said: "Oh, Santa, if I could ONLY ride down to Earth with you behind those splendid reindeer! I'd love to go; won't you PLEASE take me? I'm so small that I won't take up much room on the seat, and I'll keep very still and not bother one bit!".

Then Santa laughed, SUCH a laugh, big and loud and rollicking, and he said, "Wants a ride, does she? Well, well, shall we take her, Little Elves? Shall we take her, Little Fairies? Shall we take her, Good Reindeer?"

And all the Little Elves hopped and skipped and brought Little Girl a sprig of holly; and all the Little Fairies bowed and smiled and brought her a bit of mistletoe; and all the Good Reindeer jingled their bells loudly, which meant, "Oh, yes! let's take her! She's a good Little Girl! Let her ride!" And before Little Girl could even think, she found herself all tucked up in the big fur robes beside Santa, and away they went, right out into the air, over the clouds, through the Milky Way, and right under the very handle of the Big Dipper, on, on, toward the Earthland, whose lights Little Girl began to see twinkling away down below her. Presently she felt the runners scrape upon something, and she knew they must be on some one's roof, and that Santa would slip down some one's chimney in a minute.

How she wanted to go, too! You see if you had never been down a chimney and seen Santa fill up the stockings, you would want to go quite as much as Little Girl did, now, wouldn't you? So, just as Little Girl was wishing as hard as ever she could wish, she heard a Tiny Voice say, "Hold tight to his arm! Hold tight to his arm!" So she held Santa's arm tight and close, and he shouldered his pack, never thinking that it was heavier than usual, and with a bound and a slide, there they were, Santa, Little Girl, pack and all, right in the middle of a room where there was a fireplace and stockings all hung up for Santa to fill.

Just then Santa noticed Little Girl. He had forgotten all about her for a minute, and he was very much surprised to find that she had come, too. "Bless my soul!" he said, "where did you come from, Little Girl? and how in the world can we both get back up that chimney again? It's easy enough to slide down, but it's quite another matter to climb up again!" and Santa looked real worried. But Little Girl was beginning to feel very tired by this time, for she had had a very exciting evening, so she said, "Oh, never mind me, Santa. I've had such a good time, and I'd just as soon stay here a while as not. I believe I'll curl up on his hearth-rug a few minutes and have a little nap, for it looks as warm and cozy as our own hearth-rug at home, and—why, it is our own hearth and it's my own nursery, for there is Teddy Bear in his chair where I leave him every night, and there's Bunny Cat curled up on his cushion in the corner."

And Little Girl turned to thank Santa and say goodbye to him, but either he had gone very quickly, or else she had fallen asleep very quickly—she never could tell which—for the next thing she knew, Daddy was holding her in his arms and was saying, "What is my Little Girl doing here? She must go to bed, for it's Christmas Eve, and old Santa won't come if he thinks there are any little folks about."

But Little Girl knew better than that, and when she began to tell him all about it, and how the Christmas fairies had welcomed her, and how Santa had given her such a fine ride, Daddy laughed and laughed, and said, "You've been dreaming, Little Girl, you've been dreaming."
But Little Girl knew better than that, too, for there on the hearth was the little Black Coal, which had given her Two Shoes and Bright Light, and tight in her hand she held a holly berry which one of the Christmas Sprites had placed there. More than all that, there she was on the hearth-rug herself, just as Santa had left her, and that was the best proof of all.

The trouble was, Daddy himself had never been a Little Girl, so he couldn't tell anything about it, but we know she hadn't been dreaming, now, don't we, my dears?

Hope you enjoyed this Christmas story! Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night.

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