Sandbox Book Club Recommendation #3
Dig Dig Digging by Margaret Mayo
I don't know about your toddler girls and boys (especially the boys), but mine is incredibly obsessed with cars and trucks and things that go. Especially loud things that go, like construction vehicles. You might say that we have one or two laying around the house.
And those are just a few I could grab on the fly.
And I don't know about your toddler boys and girls, but my 26-month-old is starting to transition out of his nap, a part of the day that I hold sacred and cling to with every fiber of my being (and yes, he still has a binkie. You caught me). Just as I get Em good and consistent with her afternoon nap, Jax decides that he's pretty much over it. What's a mom to do? Well, for starters, he is still in his crib so I lock him in there for at least an hour and a half every day. It's his down time, and sometimes he falls asleep in there, probably out of sheer boredom. But on days (like today), when there is no nap in sight and his crib becomes his playground, I let him bring a plethora of toys and books to bed and pray that the occasional Vrooom! doesn't wake the baby.