Let’s bitch about hazardous toy boxes. I have always been of the opinion that toy boxes were made for children’s toys. Perhaps the occasional lateral thinker may use one as a make-shift table, a laundry ‘basket’ or even a lamp stand if one is really creative. But for argument’s sake, let’s operate under the assumption that toy boxes are in fact made for toys.
Based on the aforementioned premise, one would logically assume that if a certain box is marketed by a company or a shop as a “toy box” it is not too far fetched to assume that said box would fall under the mark of ‘child friendly’. Read the rest of this entry »