Climbing inside my toy basket is easy-peasy. Getting out of the toy basket is a little more complicated because I can’t always find secure three-point support for three out of my four limbs. Most of the time I can request help from somebody to get out of the toy basket, but every once in a while I try to do it myself. Here is one of these cases, where you can see what struggle I have to go through. It’s almost not worth getting out of the toy basket.
Since most toys are pretty much useless, I decided to find a better use for my cute red toy basket (which you may remember from a different post). Today I explored one of many possibilities, which is climbing in and out of it. My parents really thought that I would end up falling and hurting myself during this exercise. My daddy made sure that I was in full control before he started documenting the process. Check out the pictures below for step-by-step instructions on getting into your toy basket.
The hypothesis for my string theory states that – no matter how sophisticated my toys are – I prefer to play with the simplest things I can find. The demonstration comes as a set of pictures, which show that I choose to play with a string despite the fact that I am surrounded by all kinds of other toys. The proof makes sense to me, but I am afraid I am thinking inside the box, so please let me know if you see any particular case that I may have missed.