Sharing Is Caring

Gavin has graduated from the “newborn/sleep all day” phase and is now moving on to the “crawling/getting into everything” phase. He is growing so fast and learning so much! He is now interested in pulling himself up on ALL of the things, interacting with us, and playing with toys. He recently said his first word (it was mama!) and loves to clap. He especially loves to play with his big brother, and that entails sharing.

Bryce has been the owner of all the toys in this home for about 3 years, and hasn’t had to share his toys very much until recently. And well, it has been a bit of a challenge for him. Changes are always challenging. I’m an adult, and they are even hard for me!

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So I’ve been teaching him that sharing is fun, and he has been seeing this sharing business in a new light. He usually claims all of the toys as his, but when we opened up this package from IncrediBundles they were immediately having a blast together. We got the Toddler Play & Learn Bundle, which includes a set of classic wooden ABC/123 blocks for stacking, a colorful wooden shape sorter toy, and a wood tone slit drum. They were making music and building block towers (well, Gavin’s job was actually to knock them over) most of the day.

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I love to tell Bryce how smart he is. He really is such a smart cookie. So I’ve been telling him to teach Gavin everything he knows. He sure loves to share his knowledge! He has been using the toys from this Toddler Play & Learn Bundle to teach Gavin about the different shapes, colors, letters, and numbers. He’s even getting him ready for their future garage band! Bryce plays the drum and Gavin just bangs his little hand on whatever is in front of him. Bryce seems to be doing an excellent job at teaching his little bro the ropes!

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I love seeing my boys play together, and I love how much this Toddler Play & Learn Bundle from IncrediBundles has helped them bond. Everything in this bundle is educational, fun, and colorful. These toys came in a cute, reusable container, which has also been so much for them to play with. I know my kids aren’t the only ones who are fascinated with boxes! This box is perfect for storing toys and books too.

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We still have our “mine!” moments, but we’ve been making so much progress. So how did you you teach your little ones to share? And what things do your kiddos like to do together? I’d love to hear your experiences and tips!

Thank you to IncrediBundles for kindly sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.

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