Now that Canyon, our youngest grandson, is 7 months old, his interest is moving away from baby rattles and squeaky-squeeze things and toward more serious boy toys. Because his brothers are soon to be 15 and 12, our house has long been cleared of small playthings suitable to be held, rolled, thrown and gnawed on by this chubby-fisted little guy whose attention seems to already be drawn to objects with wheels and motors.
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Opinion, Pages 6 on 07/20/2011
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