Your Little Tikes Toys - The Wizard Of Oz Toys.
one man's trash?
Day 316-- There is a corn field that wraps around our house, and this was the first day of the harvest. The harvest workers dragged a broken Little Tikes kitchen out of the field and into the dead-end street. I noticed that there was also a broken toy car in there, and Emily went in to drag it out. This was no small feat, since it was in a ditch and she had to haul it up and down a hill to get it past the fence, so I had to admire her for that. The car is missing one wheel in the front. It has no steering wheel, no roof, no gas cap, and is generally not road legal. It was covered in dirt and spider webs and egg sacs and a strange thing that my sister identified for me as a praying mantis egg sac but which I thought looked like a dry, crispy slug. Ewwww. A neighbor had dragged the car into the field months or even years ago (I've seen it there many times before) because it broke and wouldn't fit into their garbage can. (Obviously, the responsible thing to do with your trash is dump it in someone's crop.) If their daddy had seen them touch the car, it's entirely possible that he would have had a stroke then and there. Fortunately, he was gone, and I distinctly remember driving to the dump with my grandparents and trying to convince them to bring a broken wagon home because it still had three wheels and we could definitely still have so much fun with it and I can't believe something so great is right here at the dump where we can just take it for free! I remember, so I can relate. Yes, I let my kids play with reclaimed garbage. I scraped off some of the spider webs and the various egg sacs, and told them to have fun. They loved it. They fought over it. They shared it. It was a dream come true. Then, as if that weren't enough, there was also a plastic kitchen with what my children deemed a crawl-through oven/cupboard. It was the skeleton of a toy, but it still had the frame of a cupboard door, so Annika could sit inside and pull the door closed, which is something my kids love. (Garbage and cupboards. I know. We do give them toys, I promise.) More proof that one man's trash is any little kid's treasure.Little Tikes Retired Activity Zoo Playyard-$15
This toy is by far my favorite toy from my little one's collection. Its great for entertaining baby from a young age. It even has all the little shapes that fit in wall. Only toy missing is spinning wheel, which i didn't have even when i bought it. This toy is well loved but has plenty of life left for your little one. Has an activity on each wall to keep your little one entertained. Folds up for easy storage. Please note: Small crack in plastic drawer that holds shapes (does not affect play), Purple door is a little loose, and one peg that attaches one bottom wall is missing, still attaches at top. Just wanted to disclose all faults. Thats why listed it for only $15.
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