A haunting scene has left a small town baffled as a mysterious mourner continues to leave toys on the grave of a toddler who died more than years ago. Teddy bears and toy trucks are among the items that have been left near the headstone in Hope Valley Cemetery in Adelaide once a month for the past eight years. The gesture has been shrouded in mystery as two-year-old Herbert Henry Dicker died on June 2, In a chilling twist, historians claim he has no living relatives in the area.
Toys appearing on toddler's grave 134 years after his death, but no-one knows why
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I got another call from a relative recently asking what toys my kids were into right now. I sat there silent for a minute, unable to respond. My house looks like an episode of Hoarders: Toy Edition right now, and if I have to find a place for one more toy, I might burn this whole place down. Do my kids like toys?
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Play is vital to development. It has everything to do with autonomy, exploration, imagination, and fun. It has very little to do with purchased playthings.
Finally having kids after going 10 rounds with infertility can make it easy to spoil your offspring. The surplus of stuff often leads me to wonder: Do my toddlers have too many toys? And frankly, I've always been too scared of the answer to actually answer that. I find myself trying to engage them in their toys with little success, and although they have a wide selection, they always want to fight over the exact same toy at the exact same time. I decided to cull their toy collection significantly — not to punish them, but to see if reducing the number of toys they had access to would spark their imaginations and encourage them to play more — either on their own and together.