Would it be okay to get my oldest a game of go fish, even though his little brother can't talk? Or should I not go there since I don't have to. And just find other games they can play without issue? I'm not big on modified versions of games, because I had friends that were taught to play differently and IMO was cheating. And if you have a different idea, please let me know
<blockquote><b>Quoting ♫ boobook ♫:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting JiLLiAN.:</b>" You can still play it with him.."</blockquote> Team up with his brother and let him do the picking of the card?"</blockquote>
Yeah you can do that. Or something you could do without his little brother, too so you two just have a little bonding time. Like, if they nap at different times or something.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Legendary Amanda:</b>" Personally, I don't think it should matter. You can't stunt your oldest growing up because his brother is younger KWIM? He should still get the same games as kids his age."</blockquote>
I don't feel I'm stunting him. I feel like his little brother is already excluded from conversation, back and forth story telling etc, sort of because he doesn't have very many signs, verbal language or his communication device yet. Although, now that I think of it, I could probably just take pictures of the go fish cards and program them into an app we already have. ah ha moment thanks for making me think harder.