Sorry, sucks to suck, but my child plays with like, wooden trains and soft dolls
This is not a universal experience
@alex My parents were forever finding things like this for us. If it had batteries, it stayed at their house as a rule.
@annika we have maybe one battery-powered toy (the toy video-game controller that famously plays real Mario sounds when you do the Konami code on it) but the buttons and switches are just as pleasing when off so it’s off most of the time. They also made the wise choice of making the power/volume switch very hard for little hands to reach or manipulate
@alex I think you are probably the outlier.
@alex what happened to pushing the balloon popper. Stimulating but not talking!
@alex asking the question like the genuine ancient I am
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