Monday, April 27, 2009

What to do with your canned goods?

Husband and i agreed that we will never buy Yena any toy not until she knows how to ask for them. Yena got almost all of her toys as gifts from her godparents and some were from hand-me-downs. And speaking of toys, as much as we wanted to give her everything, we don't want her to get used to it. And so one night, i was surprised with what she did with our canned goods!

I don't know if i will feel pity for her for having to play with that improvised bricks, but i told husband to start looking for play bricks and buy one for her the soonest. It really tore my heart to see her playing happily with this one..

I know i have a happy child but this time i know we have to amend our rule of the house. You will have your bricks sooner my dear Yena! Promise!! :)


pehpot Monday, April 27, 2009 1:35:00 PM  

aww.. naku you should invest in building blocks na.. the kids and me love Mega Blocks..

iceah Monday, April 27, 2009 3:03:00 PM  

ay cute naman c: tama building blocks na lang kasi until now my son loves it kahit 4 na sya c:

ghieGANDA Monday, April 27, 2009 3:32:00 PM  

naku.. mukang aping api ang yena mo mommy niks! u really HAVE TO buy blocks na for her. as in ASAP! hahaha.. well am sure carry mo bumili nun now! hahah.. bnayaran kna ata ng ss! heheheheh.. lol.

chubskulit Monday, April 27, 2009 8:00:00 PM  

Hahaha very resourceful naman DIL ko hehehe... Mare wag kang mag alala, all kids love to play with can goods, rylie used to always unload our lazy susan and spread out the can goods.. they find a lot of fun doing it... plus pots and pans hehehe..

But blocks i a good brain enhancer so I would recommend/suggest for you to buy yena one set lol..

Hazelicious929 Monday, April 27, 2009 11:30:00 PM  

hahaha, she will look for something to build a building Niks... good Job yena!

Meryl (proud pinay) Tuesday, April 28, 2009 5:39:00 AM  

hi niko, ang cute ng baby mo gusto na talaga nyang matuto anoh...oo nga mas maganda kung bricks ang paglaruan nya..

Cecile Tuesday, April 28, 2009 12:18:00 PM  

oh, she is so cute and looks like has fun building better buy her a blocks, dear she will have so much fun, plus she can play with it for years, Jake is turning 5 already and yet he still plays with his blocks :-).

fedhz Tuesday, April 28, 2009 3:50:00 PM  

Hi, Mommy Niko! haha! yeah, okay yan. si Yz ko, ganyan din ginawa sa mga milk at tuna cans. super bored na sya sa toys nya. ok lang yan, don't feel sorry, kase it boosts creativity diba.. alam mo ung mga pamangkin ko (anak ng ate ko) ang toys lang nila eh mga basyo ng baby oil at alcohol, pero they're having fun with them. sila na mismo nag make believe kung anong klaseng toys un. lalapit sakin un then sasabihin nya, toy gun daw un, tapos lalaro na kame.

it's really funny when kids make believe lalu na at young age like Yena. it shows that she's a very bright girl and can make do kung ano meron. pero shempre you have to introduce other things to her para ma-improve pa ang mind. ^^

Dhemz Tuesday, April 28, 2009 4:08:00 PM  
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Dhemz Tuesday, April 28, 2009 4:10:00 PM  

hahhaha...very cutie...that is good parenting Mommy Niks...she's learning on her own now....she's pretty creative...great job don't need to buy toys...use boxes too....:) and you can also use colorful papercuts...and teach her how to determine colors and shapes....hehehe:)

kikamz Tuesday, April 28, 2009 6:24:00 PM  

creative and imaginative naman pala si Yena niks eh. okay lang yan kahit wala cya brick toys, happy and contented naman cya sa mga canned goodies nyo eh. ingat nga lang kasi baka mabukol cya sa mga cans.

janecajuguiran Wednesday, May 06, 2009 2:02:00 PM  

As psychology dictates, kids have stages of development which they need to undergo to proceed to the next one or she gets a fixation. Thus, your daughter will surely find a way to achieve it. I just hope she doesn't play with cans because they can hurt her. My brother has a scar on his forehead directly above his nosebridge from hitting his head on a can of Nido when he was 3. The doctor had to stitch him up.

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