How many gifts from Christmas do your children actually play with?
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Off and on most of them but Lindsay rides her bike every chance we let her and Porter rides his bike and scooter the same.
Good question! My kids get way too many toys, but I do my best to keep them organized, and sooner or later, they do play with them. I can’t think of too many toys my kids have had that they didn’t play with. But sometimes it has taken months before they really took notice of them.
He’s played with most, if not all, of them at least once…. It really depends upon his mood. His Legos, of course, are the go-to toy. The one he’s playing with all day, every day, if he could.
But he got a lot of books, some puzzles, games, etc., and depending upon his mood, those come out – either because he sought them out, or because he came across them and got distracted while he was looking for an errant Lego Brick.
Some, not all. The one gift he never puts down is his football. When he says he’s bored, we point to his 50 erector sets he got for Christmas. No reason to be bored!
My boys used to play with them for a while. Depending on what they were. Jason and Toby love Lego’s like Josh does. Christopher loves them too now. They were the “go to” toy. Sometimes Christmas gifts are just the toy of the season and the only reason kids want them is because of the goofy commercials. I really do prefer to stick with basic toys. Now birthday gifts, they seemed different. They weren’t the silly games or toys that just appear for Christmas.
I would say most of them. There are a couple of favorites and there are the ones that just sit there!
Ben is already bored! 😉 LOL It is pots and pans. But actually he does love the little train that plays music my grandma gave him, but nothing lasts long with a toddler! I think one of you got him bath toys and he still likes those!
all of them my kids dont get much