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For most parents their kids are the pearl of their eyes and they can do anything to keep their children happy and satisfied. Most of the time parents don’t even look at the cost and get whatever their child puts his hand on. One of such things which are demanded the most by any toddler by his parents is toys. Have you ever had a close and proper look at the room of your toddler?  You would be surprised to realize that out of so many things that the room is filled with toys occupy around 90 percent of the space.

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Deepak Offline
#1 Posted : Monday, August 12, 2013 4:10:28 PM(UTC)

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my boy is 1 yr 20 months old. he doesn't play with toys except ball. he is always interested in cooking with pressure cookers, tawas, mixie jars that i use. he never get bored for a whole day with them. is it good? he never play with any other toys :( all the cookwares are getting damaged and i am irritated with this..
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#2 Posted : Monday, August 12, 2013 5:54:39 PM(UTC)

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Hey,

Welcome to parenthood!!!

It depends on child's interest completely.

Your baby is staying happy with cookwares and not creating other major problems is actually a good news for you as it confirms that your baby is healthy enough.

While giving kitchenware to your child you must make-sure of her safety:

Never give heavy kitchenware
Avoid glass material
Any kitchenware with pointed ends should never within the rich of baby.

You can give some plastic kitchenware, it will never hurt your baby and you will also feel less stressed.

You can buy new toy kitchen set to your baby

You can find some best games to play with your one year old child from:

http://www.parentingnati...r-one-year-old-child_431
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my boy is 1 yr 20 months old. he doesn't play with toys except ball. he is always interested in cooking with pressure cookers, tawas, mixie jars that i use. he never get bored for a whole day with them. is it good? he never play with any other toys :( all the cookwares are getting damaged and i am irritated with this.....

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