Toast from Haba
Sunday, December 5, 2010
When I was a wee girl my ultimate dream was to have a play kitchen. My friends and I would spend hours playing "grocery store" from inside the pantry of one of our houses, using an accounting calculator with a paper roll for printing real receipts. I will admit that the one kitchen I wanted more than any was one of those garish plastic ones with lights, cordless telephone and an easy-bake oven but naturally my tastes have moved on (matured?). My appreciation of pretend play is still there although it has gravitated towards the more unique wooden kitchen accessories. There is absolutely no limit to the scale and design of the items available to spark your little ones' imagination these days. If it exists in the real world, there is a toy version of it for sure.