When I started gathering ideas, I had the thought of making an ocean page that would feature the characters from his mobile. It's just a page for fun, nothing particularly educational about it, but I think it turned out pretty cute:
The floaty fish are on elastic so they can be pulled hither and thither and I did the faces with puff paint. The creatures are double layers of felt and I put cardboard from a cereal box between the layers to make them sturdier (resulting in this kind of situation, ha). I put off making this page for a long time because I thought it would be so labor intensive, but once I got all the pieces cut out it came together fairly quickly.
The last page is just a mix of textures for the feeling. Nothing too fancy going on:
I used my orange fabric for smooth, a washcloth for fuzzy and part of a burlap shopping bag from Tesco for rough. Was it a wrench cutting up that bag? Yes but it did already have a big hole in it. Still! Wrench.
I plan to make at least a few more pages. I want something about colors, counting, shapes and maybe the alphabet so we'll see what happens there. Drewbles has said a few times I should sell quiet books on Etsy but I don't want to spend all this time for OTHER people, even for money (plus I know I would obsess over the quality). But while I was working on the ocean page, I thought maybe I could put together patterns/templates for things like that page or the animals and tails and sell those. I don't know, I have no idea what kind of demand there is for that sort of thing...there's a lot of free stuff online but I wouldn't charge much. I dunno, might be fun. Thoughts, internet?