My Favorite Toy

Ever since we grew our family by having Baby Girl, I’ve learned a few things. For one, I learned that there is no age limit on riding in those little Coupe cars (or other ride-on toys) intended for toddlers. If you can fit, you can attempt to ride, even if you’re 9 years old and your knees are up to your chin. (Yes, there is probably a call to the fire department to extract a child from a plastic car in our future.) Another thing I’ve learned is that you’re never too old to eat puffs (those fruit flavored cereal snacks for the babies old enough to crawl). Judging by how quickly Little Man would down these things, apparently they are akin to manna from heaven.

And I’ve also learned that nothing makes a toy more appealing than a sibling showing the least bit of interest in it.

Sigh.

Can y’all relate?

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Author: Erika

I’m a SAHM to two kids. When I’m not doing all the typical mom things (diapers, soccer, etc.), I like writing, reading, and playing games. Clearly I live the life of a rock star.

6 thoughts on “My Favorite Toy”

  1. The best way to distract my daughter from the things she shouldn’t touch is to start playing with one of her toys… She almost always crawls over to play with the thing she had previously ignored

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  2. Did you some how take peep at my kids?😂😂😂. My little girl does that with her poor brother. She somehow wants to play with all his toys but the reverse is true!. I absolutely love your humor. It’s life in the raw💞💞💞. Where’s the comic book?🤔. Really….Hugs today my friend 💞

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    1. Haha! It’s so funny. Baby Girl will get downright nasty with Little Man if he tries to look at the tablet when she’s using it, but when he’s on it she’s all up on him, and he doesn’t care of course. Must be a second child thing!

      And thank you! ❤

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