I have a plan, and I'm looking forward to it. My grandson has a toy shave kit and he loves to use it on a regular basis. I lost the opportunity to teach my son how to wet-shave (though I have since bought him good gear and he joyfully uses it). So here's the plan... This Christmas when he and his mom (my daughter) are visiting us for the week, he and I are going to shave together. I told his mom to leave his kit at home and he can use one of my razors (sans blade of course). When I lather up, he can use my brush and lather up with real soap. Then I can coach about little things. I think it will be a special time for us and it will plant wet-shaving better in his mind and heart. It will be associated with fun times with grandpa. Thought I'd pass my idea on to those who have sons or grandsons as something that they might do to pass this on to the next generation. It will also bind the men-folk of our families together in a solid traditional way.