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Toss the backpack!

I remember a play date where one of our little two year old's was particularly uninterested in the activities I tried to engage her in. For a moment I was feeling insecure by her intention to ignore me. This little one had other plans in mind. She drifted away from our activity and created a scenario where her baby and other characters were “stuck.” It was the cutest thing. I played along and won her back. I popped out our tools that she had no use for earlier and we rescued the stuffed toys.

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