What do you (or did you) play with YOUR baby?
We read stories, and play his noise toys on the floor. We let him play independently a lot too; he's just started crawling. I'm looking for games and activities appropriate for babies.
Do you have any stacking cups? Or bowls in your kitchen (that are plastic) that fit inside each other?
My son likes anything noisy. Plastic bottles, pots filled with pasta and rice. He also likes ripping up magazines!
when my baby was learning to crawl, I made my own soft toys for him to play, made flash cards and gave him lots of pillows to roll over.
I loved the time spent with my 3 daughters at every age and the time they were babies was awesome ! I played so many games with them - Stack up cups,cars,blowing bubbles, Reading books in a funny voice, Boo ! Every parent should experience the joy of spending time with their baby while they can !
As they get older play board or card games & teach them to swim/ride a bike ! Enjoy every age as it goes so so fast !
My granddaughter just turned 9 mos and we (I) sing songs, I have taught her how to play patty-cake, we play this little piggy went to market with her little toes. She laughs when we sing I'm a little tea pot and I hold her up. She likes when I make the animal sound for Old McDonald Had a Farm. I think what is important is the time spent with the little ones no matter what toys you are playing.
by celinewayne 3 years ago
there are lot's of interesting and educative game/toys nowadays and i just wonder what did you used to play when you were kids 25 years - more ago as a comparison with current toys pls share ur experience here, thanks and peace celine
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by L a d y f a c e 6 years ago
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