Sometimes it’s the simplest toys that are loved the most.
And with our passion for building, and our love of design, it’s easy for us to want our kids to play with toys that explore architecture and construction.
So it’s a joy when they choose those kinds of toys from the mounds of choices they’re lucky enough to have.
This little set of garages from Toys to Grow on was a grandma gift, and they give our 3-year-old Jack a little town-like place to push his cars through, roll his trucks around, and even land his Harold the Helicopter (yes, my parent-friends, think Thomas), on top.
We love that they are simple, and that each little building is detailed with an appreciation for the building type, and the child’s eye.