How cute! I can't tell where he is though. The milk containers look empty. The only pic I could enlarge was the fruit and veggie bin. I can tell they're plastic. Do you have an entire fake store for him? I'm confused but the pics are adorable. He looks so serious about his task!xoLo
how perfect for him to practise for when he grows up and can help his wife, i taught my sons to shop, cook, iron, vacuum etc.you go ryan.
Ha! I now have sooper dooper fast internet and can see all your photos! Wahey! Cute as a button he is. He'll soon get sick of wheeling that shopping trolley!
lo, he's at the local children's musueum where they have a store, a bank, a doctor's office, and a clothing store. imagination and little feet run wild!soulbrush, you've got that right!baino, i'm happy for you. actually grocery shopping is one thing i don't mind. i'll take that over ironing or laundry or cleaning any day!
Mr. Ryan is a little doll.I want you to know that your comment on my post today kj was a gift. I love it. Why, I don't know, but love it I do. You are so wonderful with words.Love Renee xoxoxo
Wonderful shop for him, so cool to have this in a museum! They learn things and learn to appreciate the museum at the same time, clever.
what a fun museum. he looks like a thorough shopper. would he like to do my groceries next??
Eating much on the way of plastics these days?
That's awesome!! I love to see kids do this sort of thing -- they can so easily walk into their own little world of make-believe. Thank you for sharing these, KJ! Let's count down to Sept ... :)
Wow...he is very serious about his assignment !
hello renee, nice as always to see you here. i'm tickled you accepted my comment as a gift. and i'm thinking about your birthday--any thoughts?marianne, it is a tiny little children's museum. just right for mr. ryan.suki, we women have to train this boy early!!cs, choke, grwlssl..gulp.melissa, it was a treasure to watch him, really. he was so serious about it all.sidney, totally. :)
What a neat place to take kids. He's getting so big. HUG
Oh, look at this little darling! Does he know how to squeeze the produce just right? And to listen for that good thumping sound on the watermelon?They have a fantastic place in Tokyo called Kidzania. Inside, it looks just like a real kid-sized town, and all the kids can "work" at real establishments, like the pizza parlor, firehouse, baker, etc. After a little lesson about, say, baking, they receive payment in the form of Kidzania dollars that they can deposit in the Kidzania bank or spend at stores. It's a fantastic place!
tammy, i thought this place was great until i read bella's comment below.bella, that sounds fantastic! i assume you have been there more than once? oh and bella, your drawings are totally fantastically incredible. i'm so glad you took up drawing and painting again!
chef in the making, kj? :O lol