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But WHO?

February 4, 2010

Tea’s world has a lot of homemade toys, art pieces, quilts, etc. These things were made with love by friends and family either for him, or for someone else in the family and eventually passed down to him. He really likes to discuss who made what.

“Granddad made these blocks.”
“Grandma Cookie sewed my sheets.”
“Nana made my quilt.”
“Auntie M and Mama painted those animals.”
And so on.
Because he’s 2, we repeat these observations over, and over, and over again.

Today’s conversation had a new twist.
“Who made my play kitchen?”
“I don’t know, sweetie. We bought it in a store.”
“But who made it?”
“I don’t know. Someone made it and then we bought it from the store. We don’t know the person.”
“But WHO, Mama?”
“Someone whose job it is to make toys at a toy factory, I guess.”
“Like Santa Clause at the North Pole maybe?”

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Courtney permalink
    February 9, 2010 10:57 pm

    So cute. Piya does a similar thing where she asks where things come from. Library books, toys, candy, whatever. Last night she asked where I came from. Where indeed.

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