We got Noah one from Argos and its blue, red and silver makes sounds and came with food and everything and he loves it! Utter rubbish that they are girly! My son plays with pushchairs and all and I'm not concerned at the fact they are girly toys all boys seem to go through a phase of loving domestic things just like girls.
DH wasn't keen on a play kitchen for the same reason, he thought it was girly! I got him one anyway he also has a shopping basket, a till & a playhouse so we play shops and then go into play house and pretend to cook dinner for his teddys lol!
I really want to get my little boy a toy kitchen with food and stuff for his 2nd birthday. But all my friends and some family keep saying there too girly and he should be playing with cars and garages etc, which he does love. Whats your opinion on this? And can anyone recommend one which doesnt look girly, pink etc?xThanks
It's a load of bollocks?
In my household my DH was a SAHD ... he raised the children during the day, cooked for them, did the cleaning etc
My son (he's 19 now) can cook, helps dust, hoover and clean, does his own washing and ironing, helps his sister with her babies and otherwise will make some lucky girl an all round good husband ... one who is prepared to share the chores and turn his hand to whatever needs doing ... surely we are past all that 'gender specific' stuff now?
My Grandson has a toy hoover, a pram and a play kitchen - he also has a play tool bench, a garage and an electric car - they aren't mutually exclusive
His kitchen is a blue, red and silver Little Tykes one and I got it on ebay for a song
Ben has a kitchen we bought it for his 2nd birthday. He loves it, plays with it everyday. It's the ELC little cooks kitchen. He also has a kettle, tea set, toaster, trolley and shopping basket. I don't believe that there is such a thing as girls and boys toys. If I had a girl who wanted a train set then I'd give it to her!
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