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09-10-2013 09:50 #1Senior Member
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Last edited by NAT256; 10-10-2013 at 06:45.
24-10-2013 02:56 #2
Only 15 mins when happy..the rest of the time she likes me to play with her. In total we could play and be awake during the day for 2 hours at a time before bub needs a catnap For 30 mins then awake again
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26-10-2013 06:19 #3
My 12 week old can go for half an hour or more on a good day. On a difficult day maybe 10 minutes.
I also have a 2 year old, when I'm trying to make her lunch or something it comes in handy if he can be happy for a bit on his own.
I just pop him in his cradle swing and he watches the mobile go around. Or he lays on his Matt.
I seem to remember my 2 year old being more difficult at his age though.
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26-10-2013 06:28 #4
Jeez. My son is 19 weeks and we're lucky to get 5 minutes before the tears start. I dream of the day I can go to the toilet without him screaming the house down.
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26-10-2013 07:08 #5
When she's fed and content a good half hour or so, longer if I switch the toys around, teething ring, etc. She's 5 months.
21-01-2014 19:30 #6Junior Member
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My 14week old will entertain herself for around 10-15mins ... she likes to be able to see me though
21-01-2014 19:55 #7Senior Member
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My 5 month old is pretty good about 30 minutes plus. My two year old- hours.
21-01-2014 20:24 #8
11week DD on as good day 20 mins, on a bad day 20 milliseconds
21-01-2014 20:32 #9
My DS3 is now 7 months... he crawls around and follows me everywhere I go screaming until I pick him up and play with him lol.
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