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15/04/2013 at 22:32
im wondering if we're stimulating H enough? He's almost 11 weeks and v alert when awake but I worry he gets bored. He likes time in his swing and enjoys kicking on the mat but often looks like he might be waiting for something to happen! we try and talk to him lots and have ordered him a new keyboard play mat to try but I just wondered how much you so with your little ones?
16/04/2013 at 08:34
I pop L under her baby gym and she loves giving that a good battering!
16/04/2013 at 08:37
I try and spend an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon stimulating E. That can be anything from singing to her (poor child), rattling toys, talking to her, massaging her feet, introducing different textures and swapping toys around. Even bathing her is stimulating at a their age as it's a new environment.
I also try and take her to the baby group with sensory bits. She loves the feel of the muslin curtains and the velvet chairs. Just taking q them a walk too as they can hear new sounds and see new things. And E has a tummy time mat and play gym and bouncy chair! I fibd just the smallest change has her nesnurised. If I swap the toys for sone linked ring ones we have she will look for hours as if to say... why are you messing with my stuff!!
E is awake a lot in the day so I think needs stimulating else she gets bored.
16/04/2013 at 09:42
B loves a good couple of hrs on her gym a day and we talk to her while she is down there. She spends a lot of the day having 'helllllooooooo' bellowed at her by J! Tbh she tends to sit with us while J and I read and sing and play and do housework and that's the majority of the stimulation she gets!
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