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    i feel like i'm not entertaining ds enough lately. he gets bored of toys quickly and is more interested in things he's not supposed to touch like fridge, fan, oven,... it's too hot to play in the park and all playgroups, pcyc are still close for school holidays. plus i'm always exhausted from his 10+ times waking up during the night & let him watch tv too much. at the moment our day is like this:

    7.30am wake
    8.00 breakfast
    play with toys, books, music, tv
    11.00 snack
    11.30 nap
    12.30 lunch
    play with toys, books, music, skype chat with my mom or go to library/shops twice a week
    3.30 snack
    4.00 second nap if he first one was a cat nap or go to park
    he watches tv when i make dinner
    5.30 dinner
    6.00 bath
    infants friend, bit of cow milk, book (he doesnt want books lately) or watch some songs on ipad when i wash myself
    6.30 - 8.00 (depends if he has 1 nap or 2) feed to sleep just to wake every hour through out the night

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    Default What is your routine for your 12mth and how is your day spent in terms of play

    Quote Originally Posted by M2O84 View Post
    what are good play time activities for bubs aged between 9months - 14months?
    Library rhyme time, Playgroup, "cooking with mum", music time, ball pit playing, bubbles, visiting friends, grocery shopping dd1 loved!

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    Default What is your routine for your 12mth and how is your day spent in terms of play

    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    Library rhyme time, Playgroup, "cooking with mum", music time, ball pit playing, bubbles, visiting friends, grocery shopping dd1 loved!
    Agree with all of the above - my DS loves grocery shopping too, because he enjoys interacting with everyone that smiles at him.

    If you can afford it, swimming lessons once a week are brilliant - even just a splash around in the pool would be fine. A weekly gymbaroo class, or mini maestros if they like music.

    Cheap & easy? Tupperware cupboard! My DS still loves playing in this for hours, more so than his toys.


 

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