Playsilks have to be about the best things ever. Maia played with hers all day long!
Or, I should say, she played with her playsilks, clothespins, food clips, and cardboard boxes. She wore the silk scarves, wrapped Baby in them, danced with them, played hide-and-seek with them, and, with my help, made ever-changing forts with them.
Add a couple of cardboard boxes to the mix, including a huge one that recently housed a lawn mower, and you have toddler nirvana.
Maia and Baby even had their snack inside her box-and-playsilk fort.
And here you can see the fort in the background and playsilks hanging in the windows.
Maia is sitting on the table telling me an elaborate story about how she’s going to give Baby any treat she wants and that when she (Maia) “grows up [to be] a baby” she will be able to eat any treat she wants, too.