It’s not quite Christmas Day, but the celebrations have already started.
As we wait for the festive season to begin, we have a few stories to tell about some of the boys toys and treats from our childhood.
We asked our favourite toy makers and the makers of these products for their top picks for birthday parties, which they have sent to us via the TalkSport Facebook page.
The boys toys from the boys birthday parties were: Boys toys are awesome.
You can take the whole family for a drive in one.
The toys were sent to our office in St James, London, by Laserbeam (pictured above) It’s an awesome toy.
It’s made out of Lego, Lego bricks, Lego wheels and more.
The colour is bright and the design is so cute.
They are also a great gift for boys.
They are a great toy to play with and they are super cheap.
You won’t be disappointed.
And we can’t forget the toy which will make you wish you had bought a pair of the toys as a kid.
There are loads of little guys toys, and the boys ones were the ones that got our votes for best boy toys.
The best boys toy for boys was Bones by Hammock (Photo: Hammock Toys)We love it.
This is the first bundle that I have ever purchased.
I love that the bones are covered in bits of plastic.
It also comes with a bit of an adventure to get it in and out of the box.
The bones were sent to our office by Hummock in Manchester, UK.
It’s a very interesting bundled pack, with lots of accessories, including a stick of glue and a straw pouch.
A good idea for a birthday party.
I am a big fan of Boots, Boots and Tootsie Roll, which were sent to our offices by Giant Toy (Pictured: Giant Toy)We like this one.
They are a bit like Boom Boom Bummers but more colorful.
This bunting is also made from plastic, and they are really cute.
My kids love this toy.
We love this one too.
It is a really cool little toy, made from Lego, a Lego toy and a bit of paper.
And yes, it’s real.
When I was younger, I had this toy from Silly String Toys.
I still have mine.
(I bought it as a gift for my sister when I was 17)I love this bunnying pack from Jughead (Picture: Jughead Toys)Jugmouth is a great brand to send your kids, especially young boys.
There are many different buddies in this pack.
These buns are designed to make the boys kids laugh and they have a really great fun to play with.
You can find Jugs at Gadgets and Gads at JUGHEAD.
These are the best boys toys to send to a birthday.
So, how did the boys toy winners come about?
The toys are all made out of plastic, so it’s great that they are cheap and make a fun gift for kids.
Junkies is a good company, which we love, so we asked they sent us a bunch of their toys.
Here is their selection of the best boys toys for boys: Sugar Bunnies (pictured above): They come in a variety of sizes, and are a cute little toy.
They come in the same colours as the boys’ toys.
Bunnys are great for a kids birthday party or a Christmas party.
We love that they have lots of little toys and they’re so cute and fun to play. Toys for Hugs by Giant Toy: We liked Bricks from Giants Toy (pictured below), but they are made out only of plastic, making them expensive and not for kids.
Brick bunny saws were sent to our office by Giant Toys (pictured left) They’re not quite Buddies, but they’re great for the kids.
They’re made out to look like their friends and they come in various colours, which makes them a great trick to use with other toys.
Bricks are a good tricky item to use with toys.
You can make the