I was salivating over a Grimm's Set of 2 Handmade Wooden TANGRAM Puzzles on Ebay and also pouring over the wooden toys by Toys and Stuff . I am looking for toys for my sons that require them to do something, not just clicking on buttons, to enjoy the toy... like shooting a ball inside a cup. Someday, I expect both to be proficient with yomega yoyos and all kinds of puzzles and playing with foot sacks. Which reminds me, I have yet to crochet them their own hackysacks.
But I felt I couldn't justify the purchase... and ended up buying books from Amazon instead. I spent the same amount on six books (two of which would be future gifts to mommy BFFs).
And well, now I just ordered two Glamouflage wraps from Eden (they were on sale, what could I do?).
So, yes, maybe I should have just bought the wooden toys I wanted for my kiddos in the first place... otherwise, this shopping spree might not end.