Alphabet Magnets

5 May

Isobel’s new favorite thing is magnets. She loves the fact that she can set something on a vertical surface and it stays there all by itself.

Once she expressed extreme frustration at trying to make a piece of paper stick to a door. Every time it slid to the ground she shrieked with rage. I’m not sure why she thought that would work, but you could tell that when paper dropped down she felt betrayed by gravity.

I’ve noticed that Isobel tends to get very angry when Things Don’t Go According To Plan. Gee, I wonder who she gets that from?

Anthony went on a quest to Target for alphabet refrigerator magnets and searched the store in vain. He was going to make a trek to the next town over but I found some at the grocery store. The colors are kind of garish and awful but they get the job done. They stick magically to the fridge every time. Isobel loves them.

Things that make Isobel laugh:
-Watching me brush my teeth
-Hiding behind furniture
-Seeing the cats play
-Attempting to put her bottle into our mouth
-Giving raspberries
-Sometimes she’ll spontaneously laugh at nothing at all

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6 Responses to “Alphabet Magnets”

  1. LittleBig May 5, 2010 at 12:08 pm #

    P.S. Thanks to Jenn my photos are no longer squished! Heart heart heart

  2. Erin May 5, 2010 at 12:26 pm #

    I think we need some of those.

    • LittleBig May 8, 2010 at 8:51 am #

      Cheap entertainment! And edumacational, too.

  3. Bonnie May 7, 2010 at 8:41 pm #

    Marc’s sister has magnets that fit in a little thing that then says the letter and the sound it makes and sings a song. It gets really annoying really fast. Not good quality either, it all sounds kind of the same. “K. K makes Keh. Every letter makes a sound! K says Keh”

    Marc seems to really enjoy these noisy toys. I hope he gets over it.

    • LittleBig May 8, 2010 at 8:52 am #

      Noisy toys are the bane of parenthood. There’s no way around that. Kids LOVE ’em.

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    […] Magnets: one of Isobel’s first toys were plastic letter magnets for the fridge. She looooves magnets. She loves that she can move them around and attach them to the fridge. When she visits Ama and […]

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