There are more toys I could share with you--but I think this is enough for now.
A few words of wisdom to end on:
If you have rice bags in your house and if you like to heat them up, don't do it for twelve minutes and thirty four seconds. That is too long. And if you take a shower (how dare you take a shower!!!!) and if when you get out it smells like the house is on fire, and if you panic remember--rice bags are not meant to be heated up that long. If you come downstairs and find that one of your munchkins was heating up a rice bag for the baby sister who got "an owie" and the munchkin happened to punch in "1, 2, 3, 4" for the time on the microwave, try not to blow a gasket. The munchkin was only trying to help. The munchkin will be horribly freaked out when you show him/her the smoke billowing from said rice bag and when you show him/her the scorched holes in the bag. They will promise never to do it again--with real fear in their eyes. A lesson will have been learned. Don't forget to praise the Lord that the house did not burn down and that the kids are alive and unharmed--other than the small, insignificant ouchie the baby got while you dared to take a shower. And also that you did not have to run out of the house wearing only a towel in front of all the neighbors and fire fighters. And have to explain it to your husband later. Ya know, if that ever happens in your house. I'm sure it won't. I'm sure you don't dare to take showers.