Yesterday I had the weirdest experience. I took my youngest to the Early Years Center to play with other toddlers and new toys and have a sing-along. There were about 8 other less than 3 year olds playing together at the play Kitchen area. All was fine until my daughter picked up a set of toy keys that were just sitting on a bench (where no other kids were playing). All the other toddlers decided at that moment that they too wanted those keys and well...you know the sharing, patience and reasoning abilities of a toddler....null and void. Toddler chaos ensued with screaming and tantrums and parents having to remove their kids (kicking and screaming) from the area to calm them down. My little C3 started crying more out of sheer fright I think since her back was turned to the kids for the most part but you could tell she was visibly startled by the outburst (as was I!). After a few minutes all the children were calm and quiet and C3 has tossed those keys in my lap and went about her merry way (as did the others) as if nothing happened. Here is what set off this toddler pandemonium....(and the buttons didn't even work!)
Here is another concoction on said subject that stirred in my grey matter:
I think it turned out pretty much how I imagined it in my head. Pretty cool!
I'd like to submit this to the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Challenge-Masculine/Father's Day
The Greeting Farm Challenge Farm Fresh Friday-Oh Boy!
ABC Challenges-Masculine Cards
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