And I'm thinking what to buy for 4 kids... (not the TV channel)
While it always goes that all kids really say they like, it's the most fancy robot toys or the newest videogames. Most stuff, one should know, usually ends up littering the house somewhere forgotten 2 months from now.
At the same time, buying fancy "functional" stuff is always a road to the shameful disappointed. > hey, I bought you some Harry Potter books
and then it's like < But I wanted the new Super Smash Bros game!!!!
Somewhere, I already aim to get my daughter an Aquarel starter set. She likes to make random doodles and small arts and crafts stuff when she's bored, at least more often than I did when I was young. And although it's easy to say that she's so talented and creative as a kid, I do feel that she has some talent somewhere.
Now I don't know if that's just gonna make me a pushy parent forcing hobby stuff on his kids...
My son likes to draw on maps and invent places to go, but I'm drawing blanks on what would actually make him happy.
I have no idea yet what to do with the twins, though... I don't even know what toy rules they abide to.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.