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Happy Birthday George: First Birthday Presents Fit For Royalty

Today Prince George, our future King, hits the ripe old age of one year.

It's hard to imagine that a full 12 months has passed since the press crowded outside St Mary's Hospital, London, eagerly anticipating news, any news at all, on the arrival of the heir to the throne.

Now as the first pictures emerge of the royal toddler taking his first tentative steps, we have pulled together this list of truly awesome presents fit for a King.

#1 A Climbing Frame

One day baby George can enjoy playing in one of our enormous wooden forts. Until then, he needs a climbing frame suitable for his age and developmental stage. As he is taking his first steps at 12 months, we can assume it won't be long before His Smallness is able to mount a few steps.


In just a few months time George will be able to clamber up the TP Explorer 2 Frame, hide in the enclosed den and whizz down the wavy side. Most of our climbing frames are for ages 3 years and up. However, thanks to the Explorer's adjustable deck height, when placed on the lowest setting, it can be used for children as young as 18 months.

#2 Swing Set


The royal garden wouldn't be complete without a swing set, and swinging back and forth helps develop a baby's awareness of where they are in space. Little George won't have the strength in the trunk of his body to sit in a regular swing seat yet. Instead he needs a bucket style seat that will support his back, and hold him securely in place. This model from Plum can be attached to any of their swing sets as a replacement for a standard flat seat, and is suitable for children aged 6 months and up. TP toys make a similar seat for their products called the Quad Pod.

#3 First Trampoline


Jumping on a trampoline is a great way to develop those all important gross motor skills. Younger children benefit from having a handle to hang onto as they master the art of lifting both feet up at the same time. The TP Bubble Bouncer encourages little ones to get jumping by releasing bubbles every time the mat is pushed down and release. When the bouncing stops so do the bubbles.

#4 Sand And Picnic Table


With this sand play and picnic table from Plum, Prince George can invite his little friends over for afternoon tea, before sliding back the table top and revealing the sand tray beneath. The table is suitable from 18 months, and children need to be well balanced and able to sit up unaided to use it safely.

Congratulations Prince George from all of us here at Wicken Toys. We hope you have a marvellous birthday and wish you a happy, healthy future.

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