Toys Archives -
Whilst we love going out and about, visiting new places, and seeing new things, we also love spending time at home in our garden. Before T came along, Sharon and I often used to spend afternoons and weekends soaking up the sun with a book, eating our dinner outside, or simply sat round a fire-pit
If you follow us on Instagram, you’ll know that I often post mini frustrations with the amount of plastic we’ve purchased T over the past two years. Mainly a particular brand that rhymes with hoot hoot. Don’t get me wrong, it has it’s uses, and the toddler enjoys playing with it – but more often
Just when we think T has enough toys we suddenly realise he doesn’t. It’s not the physical number that isn’t enough, it’s the sheer speed of T’s evolving brain that it seems we can’t keep up with, meaning his current collection of toys often get shoved to the bottom of the basket or completed within seconds.
T loves putting things in his mouth. His hands, his toys, my hands, the TV remote. Anything he can get his hands on. He even gives the dog’s toys a good go. The trouble with T being in control with what goes in his mouth though is that he often has a habit of dropping things
We saw the first signs of teething at around 3 months. T was dribbling a lot more and seemed grumpier in the evenings, but for no reason. He’d be moaning but not a typical cry. We didn’t see any rosy cheeks and his temperature didn’t change. It wasn’t until he chomped down on S’s finger
I was in T’s room the other day, putting his clothes away, and I noticed that his toy drawer was open. After realising that the wife had probably had her own play session and forgotten to shut the draw, I looked inside. Soft toys, hard toys, toys that play music, toys that react to movement. Bath toys,