Because of the Redemptive love

A three-year-old boy wanted to fix his broken toy and sought his father’s help. Father asked: “Why should we fix it? To make it work again?” Son said: “No, because we love it.”
The Fall: In the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve ate the fruit of the forbidden tree, seduced by Satan who disguised himself as Satan. God knew that Adam and Eve had sinned. He had clearly stated that eating from the forbidden tree has consequences, that they will die. Now, Disobedience and rebellion had killed them and they were spiritually dead and disconnected from God. Hence, they hid. (Genesis 3) What should have God done? There are many speculations by many theologians and philosophers.
Kill them: God could have simply killed them physically and buried them in one corner of the Garden of Eden. And God could have created another couple with different names and continued to fulfill His purpose.
Trash the whole creation: God created the whole world out of nothing. Is it possible to send the world packing into nothing? Yes. Sovereign God could have easily done that.
Thrown out: When Lucifer rebelled against God, he was cast out of heaven. In the same way, could God have cast out Adam and Eve from the planet earth, perhaps space also? Instead of exile from the Garden of Eden, they could have been exiled from the earth.
Lake of fire: Ultimately, Satan and the fallen angels would be thrown into the Lake of Fire (hell). (Revelation 20:10) Could God have sent Adam and Eve to the same place? Yes, but I did not.
Love of God: God loved Adam and Eve created in His own image. God wanted to fix – restore, reconcile, and redeem them and humanity like the boy who wanted to fix his toy. The reason is love. God is love. (I John 4:8) He first loved us. (I John 4:19) God sent His son because he loved humanity. (John 3:16) It is impossible to comprehend the love of God. (Ephesians 3:18)
Do I understand God’s love for humans?