I wouldn’t state we adore Melissa and Doug toys however we like them more than Hapé and lamentably, there isn’t substantially other decision in Estonia. Alright, Goki, yet I don’t care for shop collaborators working in Looduspere, they ought to be a whole lot more pleasant for the cash I spend there.
I get it was in August when I had a desire to get some more toys in light of the fact that nothing appeared to make him upbeat, so I purchased this cutting organic product. He can cut the banana and the melon. Alternate ones are still excessively troublesome. As opposed to that, he can utilize power to destroy alternate natural products. He is likewise endeavoring to assemble it back. It is still not an action he would pick frequently, but rather I can detect he will appreciate it somewhat later when his fine engine abilities enhance more.
I now and again read this is an absolutely futile toy, one should rather give the kid a chance to cut genuine natural product. We do it with bananas, yet this is perfect and can be rehashed again and again.
Together with the organic products, I bought him this stamping set, 4+. Toward the starting it appeared as though he is extremely excessively youthful for it, he endeavored to draw with the stamps, yet recently, he has made sense of it and is stamping like there’s no tomorrow. He needs help as he shuts the ink box and can’t open it all alone. Furthermore, obviously, he must be managed where he is stamping because…well, cleaning the cover or pooch isn’t entertaining. He additionally likes to play just with the stamps, take them out, set them back in, say “brm-brm-brm” or “sh-sh-sh”.
At long last, the most current individual from our Melissa and Doug family, a colossal dot labyrinth to supplant the basic one we used to have.
The basic Melissa and Doug bead maze, which was supplanted.
The new, all the more difficult bead maze.
I saw him playing a considerable measure with the basic bead maze-like two weeks back, at that point we visited a few establishments where they had the IKEA one (where did they get it if there is no IKEA in Estonia??? Not reasonable) and he would go through 20 minutes playing with it all alone. Mother’s fantasy. Truly. So it was chosen we HAVE TO get him something greater and more confounded. Got a great arrangement on this one, got it from a lady whose youngster didn’t play with it much, however it was still marked down and in mint condition. We, as a rule, get him new toys in light of the fact that individuals more often than not don’t offer utilized toys which would run with what we accept it…and additionally, we are apathetic to search for good arrangements. Anyway, he cherishes it. What’s more, that is what’s the most imperative.