I am the father of a 4 month old boy who has had been lucky enough to be handed down boxes full of baby toys from his older brothers. Some have been easy for him to grip and rattle and chew, others have been a source of frustration for him; to the degree of not even looking in their direction any longer. But he has always enjoyed playing with bits of scrap paper. While out with him one afternoon I walked into a toy shop my wife has mentioned. As we looked around I realized that the shop assistant was watching me and i decided to choose a small trinket for the boy before leaving. I picked up what appeared to be an inexpensive geometric item and approached the counter to pay. I asked the lady what it was for and was pleased to hear it was primarily a teether but it was a learning toy, and it was very good for their sense of perspective. Satisfied with the answer I decided to pay and head home, then came the surprise! "Fifteen pounds" said the lady, I was too shocked for words. I paid and left and arrived at home still in a state of confusion at "how it could be possible for a small amount of plastic to be worth fifteen Great British pounds?".
Anyhow the boy really likes the toy, but only if he can't get hold of some scrap paper...
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