Anyway, I discovered that the four year old loves zombies. OK, I am thinking, someone is watching Scooby-Doo. Does she really like zombies, or is this a put on? So, I showed her a game on my iPad, Zombie Dice from Steve Jackson Games.
|The link above takes you to my Zombie Dice review.|
Well, then I find out that she scares her sister by making her zombie face. I think it is my sworn duty to encourage, nay expand upon this trait. Here is idea number one...
|A plush toy from the game Plants vs Zombies. Approximately 10".|
I have two uncles, one a fairly smart douche bag, the other a very smart nerd. I was not around either too much, but both shaped the way I look at things. Grown ups tend to do that to kids. I think it would be awesome for her to know that she likes this sort of thing at a young age, and have an adult that does not think it is silly. Of course, one must weigh the parental point-of-view in such decisions. My sister already knows I am weird, but how weird is she willing to let me make her kid? The road to perdition can be a hard one, but a fun journey all the same.
Any thoughts from you beautiful people? I am torn between asking my sister if getting the kid a zombie toy is acceptable and just mailing her one. If there is one thing a zombie loving kid loves more than zombies, it is getting a zombie in the mail (or at least, that is my hope). Discuss, if you like :-)