Yeah, it's not up to me. I was one of those parents who decided that it wouldn't be bad for my kid to have a lovey. Some random toy that will calm him, make him feel safe, be a familiar friend in a strange and/or new situation? Fine by me!
So we started out with me assuming everything Oliver became remotely attached to was destined to become "THE thing" and I'd start researching how to get my hands on backup copies... Patrick from SpongeBob beanie baby? Got two. Taggies blanket? Check. Ridonkulous sock monkey thing... uh oh, am I in trouble? I don't know where that came from!
My son is on the opposite side of the lovey argument, apparently. Any of an assortment of "nigh-night" blankets is fine. His only thing is that most nights he wants to pick out a new one from the drawer.
This post was inspired by commenting on my friend Heather's blog... click to see her son Jack's lovey, Dee-Da.
YAY! Dee-Da is famous! Have a wonderful weekend with the little dude!ReplyDelete
HA! I try to get her hooked on a toy, so far the thing that she's loving is this rubber teething ring thing I got at Whole Foods with my Living Social coupon. We shall see what happens as she gets older...ReplyDelete
Mason is the same way. Any old soft blanky will do and each stuffed animal only captures his attention for a minute or two. *sigh*ReplyDelete