Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Why do we buy toys?

Bradley was really independant today. He didn't really want me around, he just wanted to play by himself. Here are some pictures of what he did and some of his favorite things. It really begs the question why we buy toys for him? At the end of the day, we had messes all over the house, but all of his toys were still in place.

Here he is playing with his pacifiers. Notice he has one in his mouth, and another in his hand. Sometimes choices are just too hard and it's best to keep your options open.

This is Bradley's room after he finished playing. He does have a little bear out, but other than that you are seeing his blanket and his books. This is the closest we got to regular toys today.

Bradley is playing with a video in this picture. If you look closely in the background you will see that he has stacked the DVDs into quite a nice leaning tower. Yes, Bradley did it all by himslef. He seems to like to stack things, but would rather stack DVDs than his blocks.

Jello, Jello molds, bread, chips, and baskets. Need I say more?

More helping in the kitchen. He discovered he can open the drawers and reach the pots and pans.

While he wasn't helping in the kitchen, he decided to pull out the printer paper and all of my envelopes. I was less than thrilled about this development. Oh well, I guess it did keep him busy and let me make dinner.

Bradley had a really busy day today. Now if only I understood the thought process behind all of this entertainment. What a crazy kid.