Toys. Dang kids toys. They're expensive - it's a hit or miss whether your kid is actually going to enjoy them or not. Or they may flatly decide they love it one moment and to hell with it in the next moment.
However, there are everyday items that you likely own that your baby or toddler is going to flock to like a moth to a flame...read our short list of everyday items that you can use as a 'toy' for your little one!
A retractable tape measure
Ball of yarn
Dried rice in a tub (or beans)
Post it notes
Pots and pans
A spray bottle filled with water
Ball of foil
a paper towel roll (like a trumpet)
Comment below on everyday items that you've found your youngsters love!
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