For a mere $6 you can order a bag of pompoms off Amazon. The ability pompoms have to keep your toddler busy is rather impressive. And you can sit back, relax, and know that your kid is building developmental skills from fine motor to object permanence. It is a true win for everyone.
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I’ve been getting messages asking about developmentally appropriate toys for babies. Everything seems to be geared toward toddlers. Most boxes proclaim everything is for 12m+, leaving parents scratching their heads on what to get to entertain their littlest ones. Continue reading “Our Favourite Developmentally Appropriate Toys for 6-12 Months (& How We Use Them!)”
This time-buyer came about as I stood in my kitchen with Anderson pulling at my hem wanting to be in the meal prep action. I grabbed the elastics from my veggies, stretching them around the center of my loaf pan. Dinner gracefully made it to the table that evening as he plucked away at the strings, experimenting with the different sounds each elastic made and exploring the sensation of the tension and release as they snapped into place.
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