what is your toddler's favorite toy too play with?

Brittany - posted on 09/25/2011 ( 7 moms have responded )

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My son's been very interested in his toy cars lately !He has alot of diecast cars from the movie ''Cars'' and the Mac Truck.He is constantly playing with them.It's so cute watching him line up his cars and just play!:)Just wondering what other ppl's kids are interested in :D

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Lady Heather - posted on 09/26/2011

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Homemade play dough with cookie cutters, crayons and colouring books, soccer balls. Those are the things that she demands anyways. Ha.

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Lately crayons; coloring is a very big thing. Especially hand turkeys. I'll trace her hand or my hand and she'll color it.

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My 3 year old plays with a wide variety of toys...dolls, doll stroller, puzzles, books, kitchen, art supplies...but the funniest thing is to watch her act out scenes from her favorite movies.

My six month old likes anything she can get her hands on. Today is was a red plastic cup.

Stifler's - posted on 09/25/2011

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Nothing in particular. He pulls the vacuum out and pretends to vacuum a lot lately and tries to feed his doll with a bottle of water. He has a sandpit outside and used to spend most of his time roaming outside but now it's more inside things because it's gotten hot.

Katherine - posted on 09/25/2011

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My daughter loves her babies. She plays with them all the time. She's actually obsessed with babies.

Antoinette - posted on 09/25/2011

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Little Man; Balls and guns! I hate toy guns and don't have any at home but everything he picks up (sticks, blocks etc) is a gun to him and he runs about saying "bam bam" I think he watched his teenage cousin playing an xbox game once and he was hooked. And the balls kicking, throwing, rolling, he hasn't mastered catching but we're getting there.
Little Miss; Baby Dolls, changing them, dressing them and putting them to bed. SO CUTE!!
So without any forced influence (as in they have ample other toys to choose from - cars, blocks, puzzles, sandpit, swings etc) they have both already slipped into stereotypically gendered activities! Except that they both fight over running about with a pink doll stroller - I bought my son a Fisher Price walker and he wasn't interested just wanted the pink stroller - could've saved myself $40 and just got him the $10 stroller!

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