Jacob has a couple of key toys he plays with on a daily basis and some that, technically, are not toys, but he enjoys them just the same. He's obsessed with his cell phone (aka Jess' old phone) and the remote. He has a play cell phone and a play remote, but would rather play with the real thing. He carries his phone all around the house and he points the remote at the TV to try to change it. I presume he'd rather watch Yo Gabba Gabba than the news. It's so funny to see him "use" these items. He gets so into it. Then there's the actual toys. He loves his corn popper. It took him awhile to figure out that you had to push it to make it pop, and for awhile he would just carry the thing around instead of push it. Poor thing would get frustrated. And at least once a day he has to put on his shades. I remember at the beginning of summer he would have no part of these, but now he'll keep them on for a bit. But you have to say "woo hoooo" so he can keep them on. Jacob still loves books too. He loves to "read" them. He actually looks and sounds like he's reading them. Jacob's also become a ham. He knows now that after we take a picture he can see it, so he waits for me to take the picture and turn the camera around to see the picture. He then remarks with an "awww." Yes he says "awww," but he also says it for any picture of himself or a baby. These really are the fun times. I'm rediscovering stuff I once took for granted like stopping to smell the roses and feeling the texture of leaves and grass, but now I just take in everything along with Jacob.