After months of hard work and careful planning, my sister-in-law launched her shop of wonderful toys earlier this week.
Quoting her website verbatim, she says,
“ToyDrop is on a mission and that mission is simple: to raise a generation of kind, happy, sociable kids who grow up appreciating their things and the world around them. It's why all our toys are chosen to transcend age, gender and trends to form a collection of heirloom pieces that create conscious consumers from the very start.”
Not a bad mission to have, I’m sure you’ll agree!
For all the discerning architects amongst you, this jigsaw puzzle looks great! Perfect for a small child or an architects’ office secret Santa? I get the Bank of China building, Hong Kong, and the Gerkin, London, but after that I need a little help. Any suggestions?