Saturday, March 24, 2012

Birthday Presents Part I

P. got several very cool presents for his B-Day this year. Not all of them were handmade, but very cool nevertheless. Books, puzzles and art supplies as constant source of joy are always welcome and much, much appreciated. These are also a very good choice if you have no idea what a child you are buying a present for likes. Most kids, if not all, love crayons, pencils, coloring books. It is also not a problem if you get those form several people (which is a very probable thing if you have 18 kids at your B-Day Party) because they will not go bad, or small, or boring.

If you ask a little boy from this photographs, you can never have enough trains, planes, cars, or any type of vehicles. So he naturally loved this wooden train. As for me, I've never seen a wooden train so light. Seriously, I love wooden toys, but they can be a weapon in hands of a toddler with a tantrum. This train, au contraire, could be thrown in to someones head, and not cause a serious injury.

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And then there is this puzzle-like something, with a carrot playing music if you touch the correct dot under the photo. Right. Fun, fun fun!

This T-Shirt is also a present,  from the designer Zita Majoros herself, from her Bolt collection.

This is one happy carrot!

Come back tomorrow, for a roundup of P's DIY presents.

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