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Aisyah seldom plays the toys stored in the plastic box in the living room and the collection keeps growing. She doesn't own many of the toys in the box because most of the toys were her cousin's since my mil is looking after him in the daytime. I think I'm going to put all the toys that she didn't want to play anymore in another plastic box under our bed and maybe pass them to Adam, another one of Aisyah's cousin since Aisyah only comes back on weekends.

I don't think it's a good idea having these boxes since most of the toys won't see daylight again unless she digs into the box. The living room looks neater but it still defeats the purpose of having a kid to play with the toys. Even her books are kept in the plastic box. Although the non-board books are already torn and look pathetic now, I still do think that these books should be living a worthy booklife instead of being kept inside the boxes. I do hope that we could get a small bookshelf to keep all her books and keep as lil toys as possible. Afterall how many toys can a kid play with anyway?
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At 2:32 PM, Blogger raggedyanne said...

i usually let nunu loose and let her mess up the whole living room with her scant collection of toys in her basket. I let her choose her toys and afterwards, I encourage her to 'berkemas'. Alhamdulillah, she now can grasp the concept of 'simpan' and tidy (though she can mess up the drawers of clothes & cooking utensils just FINE). Martian on the other hand, believes in 'play therapy' as he calls it, give the child only 1 toy at a time and let her concentrate on it. Doesn't work with Nunu!    



At 2:47 PM, Blogger raggedyanne said...

speaking abt books, the non-board ones are already history! hmmm maybe i shud get nunu a bookshelf too and stop buying toys altogether.    



At 3:50 PM, Blogger edleen maryam said...

tell me about toys being in and out of the box! got 4 little ones and you can imagine the beautiful mess they make daily :D Thankfully there's the older kids to help pick them up. they have no choice..hehe

we have books on shelves and in cupboards. somehow, we seem to have a mini library going on here ;)    



At 3:24 PM, Anonymous hartini said...

At least u keep her books n toys in boxes. Mine are all over the place, collecting dust and armies of mites. :D    



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