LPT: If you make up a game with a toddler, be prepared to play that game 100 times a day for the next few weeks at least.

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keepthetips

And the whole time, try to keep in mind that the toddler lowes you, and is desperately trying to relive that moment of play because it was the highlight of their week.

Vito_The_Magnificent

Still playing hid and seek with my dad, after 20 years he still hasn’t found me 😎

INeedADart

I made the mistake of giving all 15 of my sons dinosaurs names and different voices. Four years later the spinosaurus “Jimmy” is a fully developed character with a backstory, a family, and dreams of what he wants to do with his life. I love it, and hate it. One thing is for sure, we are never throwing Jimmy away, and he might make a speech at my sons wedding.

Sure451

Better start with the “wanna get daddy a beer?” game.

hockeyguy26er