Sometimes, he reads books. His favorite is Manga Messiah which his Tito Junnie gave. I think he has read it more than once and it's very apt for the Holy Week. :)
At other times, he plays with his Lego pieces, wooden Jenga bricks, miniature cars or plastic, pose-able figures. Pretend-play makes him more imaginative. It's like he's in a different world all his own.
My "mission" now is to keep thinking of things for him to do just to wean him from computer, PSP or iPhone gaming. Anything, as long as it's non-electronic... Hehe... And it's not easy to keep his enthusiasm high. Before you know it, he's off to do something else.
This afternoon, something piqued his curiosity. He requested us to make him stay at Toys@Work (at BTC) so that he could try out a new kind of (art) activity. He spent at least an hour making his project while Jerry helped and I took pictures. It didn't come without cost though. For a plate, we spent P200, but I'd take that over electronic gaming gizmos, anytime.
Busy Jake with Jerry who just arrived from an official trip today.