Finn at work.
I love this age. Only at three can I imagine him with his toy drill at his workshop, and yet still, his Little Elmo is laying nearby.
By the way, this is the Step Two Real Projects Workshop, and it is quite a good toy. Thanks Grandma and Grandpa! Not only does it seem to satisfy Finn's genetically predetermined need to fiddle with tools and screws, it also has more than just hammering and screwing going for it. That reminds me of a joke about my twenties, but I digress. It came with all these foamy bits to make the projects, which are so helpfully illustrated on the workshop. Finn loves pouring over these "instructions."
It's essentially 3-D puzzles, and Finn can make everything from the fairly simple cube right up to the backhoe. There are enough pieces as well to lend some creative and open-ended play.