Monday, July 2, 2012

Bravo Company

He's not scripting anything - not a movie, not a TV show, not something he witnessed another kid do.

He calls them "Bravo Company."

He's using his imagination and playing with these little soldier guys in a very "typical" way.

This is all new to me and it only occurs with the soldier guys.


With every other toy he plays with he also acts out scenes.  He goes with movies and video games, always sticking to the same stories.  He drives his sister nuts because he won't play a different way.  But not with the soldiers.  With the soldiers it's a big pile of imagination.  I wonder why?  I wonder, but I'm not going to focus on the why because I'm too busy enjoying the splendor of it all.

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