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    Im 29 wks pregnant with #2 and am over walking around shopping centres with 19 month old dd!! Not to mention tired


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    Pinterest have some really good play ideas. I just searched "play ideas for toddlers". Lots of inspiration there.

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    Stickers sounds good, any idea where I can get large amounts cheaply? Can't do crayons, play dough etc. straight in her mouth and then all over our couch! Not ready for that just yet.

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    I'm a huge homebody so I understand how you feel. It's nice to hear another mum say that.
    Things to do at home: playdough, painting, drawing, drawing with chalk. If you don't have a blackboard, you can buy a book of coloured paper. I think they're $3 at Kmart. There are so many things to buy in the arts and crafts section in Kmart. Check it out if you get a chance.
    You could buy a ballpit. There's also a keyboard made out of material that makes music when it's stepped on. You can just roll it up when she's done and pop it away.
    Lego, a tent, tunnels, bath crayons, puzzles, fridge magnets, toy cars.

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    I try to divide my day into sections.

    After school drop off & before morning tea, DD plays on her own & follows me as I do some chores.

    After morning tea, DD plays outside (swing, trampoline, bubbles etc) & does an art activity (painting or drawing).

    A quick inside play whilst I make lunch, sleep time after lunch.

    DD usually wakes just before school pick up time, she has afternoon tea & usually hangs out with her sister. They play cubby houses, blocks, animals or read usually.

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    Subbing - ill be on mat leave soon and DS will be only in day care one day a week so i need ideas a heavily pregnant woman can do!

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