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    The best activity I have is to clean the whole house and watch her go from room to room and destroy it. Never fails. We do it every day

    Other than that she loves stickers. I go and buy a whole heap of cheap ones and she just sticks them all over paper. Or fill up a box with a million and one nick naks and then give it to them. They like to empty things.

    Oh and Target has a trampoline for sale that would fit into may lounge rooms.....I gave it some serious thought!

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    Cut up junk mail and stick with glue. Could get toy catalogue and start a wish list!

    Play with dry pasta, coffee bean or un popped popcorn - sorting, moving from one spot to another, emptying and refilling etc. if you have a tea strainer they make a good "shovel".

    My DS loves those big plastic vitamin containers (I had them for preggo multi vit) with the screw lids. He stacks them up and then kicks it over. Repeat for an hour!

    Washing the dishes - yes, he loves it but can get messy. Only do with plastic stuff.

    Taking the recycling out and sorting into paper and bottles.

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    Just read back and saw the contact idea! Love it, but stupid question...
    Where do you buy contact from these days?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedlover View Post
    Just read back and saw the contact idea! Love it, but stupid question...
    Where do you buy contact from these days?!
    KMart should have it, even Coles etc. if not Office Works will have it for sure. Basically any store that stocks stationary.

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