Posted by Doodlemum
Our toy box is never full as most of it’s contents get carpet-bombed over the floor throughout the day.
Posted on April 3, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Children, Drawing, Family, Humour, Illustration, Life, mess, Pen and Ink, Sketchbook, Toys. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.
Oh I remember those days! It used to be so maddening to clean up my sons’ toys and then watch them all scattered over the floor in less than five minutes😉
AHAHAHAAAA!!! This looks like my living room floor. I bought a nice basket to keep the toys put in one place, but my almost 1 year old son seems to think the basket itself is a toy and just wants to stand there and dig. If I would have known that, I would have just given him laundry baskets full of towels!
My two just used it to camp out in, hide in, wear on their heads…..
I love Bonnie in this one.. she has gradually become a star in her own right
Too many toys? My kids used to enjoy the kitchen utensils and the card board boxes most! Try them next time….You will be amazed how creative they can get with these simple aids!
Ahhhh this is what my living room looks like!! So glad I am not alone : )
My son is almost 2 and when he was a baby he used love to explore everything around the house. Now he gets furious if his toys aren’t in their rightful place. He’s got a little OCD just like his mommy lol.
INCOMING!!! LOL…😀 xxx
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