I wanted to write a quick post, mainly to check if I’m the only parent who does this, but…
Does anyone, since having watched and enjoyed the Toy Story movies, actively take better care of the baby’s toys in case they do indeed come alive when I’m not looking?
Every morning when I get E up from bed I sit her toy dog and Peter Rabbit toys upright from where she has moved them about. This morning I told her not to pull a doll’s hair because it would hurt the doll (I can actually imagine the conversation in the cot where Annabel (the doll) rubs her head).
It’s bad enough, when watching Toy Story 3 I went up to find my old teddy bear to give him a hug for old times’ sake, but I think I’m taking it to a whole other level. I want the toys to like me.
It’s sleep deprivation isn’t it? Or an over active imagination? OK. Don’t tell anyone.