Please stop being a total jerk-face. The appropriate response to Danny taking your Toon Car is NOT to take it back and beat him over the head with it. This only results in Danny crying, Mommy taking the toy from both of you, and you crying. Nobody wins.
It is also not okay for you to hit Miles in the head with any of the following objects: sippy cups; wooden puzzles; balls; Hot Wheels; books of any kind; blocks, wooden or plastic; your feet; your head; any of your tractors. I like Miles' head and would like it to remain dent free.
Also, I understand that you enjoy rolling on the floor and laughing with Miles. I enjoy it too. But you CANNOT clothesline him to get him down. He's only six months old. Full-on wrestling moves must saved until he is at least one year old. After that, it's fair game; I promise.
Let me start by apologizing for the thunking your head sustained at the hands of my son this morning. That was a bad moment for all of us, and I'm glad you're feeling better.
However, I must ask that you expand your toy selection criteria to include those that are not in Oscar's hands. I realize that seeing him with a toy makes it look all the more fun, but you taking (or even just attempting to take) toys directly from his hands can only end badly (see paragraph above.) Once he puts the toys down, they are fair game (and completely unappealing, I know.)
Looking out for your best interests,
Dear Friends and Family Who Gave Oscar Gifts for his Birthday,
Thank you notes are done and waiting to be addressed. This means you could get your note as soon as this week or as late as never. Please consider yourselves thanked.
Dear 31 Pounds of Fat No Longer on my Body,
I don't miss you one bit. Good riddance.