Change isn't to be feared, it's to be toyed with. According to my kids.
Most mornings, for example, they change perfectly neat and presentable bedrooms into rooms which look like candidates for the Hoarders tv show, with every toy and bit of clothing from their wardrobes spread out or piled up on their floors.
I may be exaggerating slightly, but I really, really wish I was exaggerating a whole lot more.
It was fun to sit slightly away from the action and catch snippets of the conversation.
"Scooby-Do, I choose you!" and phone calls on the toy phone back to Professor X demanding more pokeballs and icecream.
That'll give me time to barricade their bedroom doors first so they can't get back into their bedrooms.