Games for Babies
Posted by Melanie Blodgett
We just got our first snowfall of the season this morning, and I’m already mourning the loss of outdoor play weather. So I’ve started a winter boredom buster list, and this inflatable fort idea is topping it. I know Beck will love it. To replicate, simply grab:
Posted by Selena Burgess
Sensory bin and small world play is a long-time favourite form of play in our house; the key to any good sensory bin being a great theme! Seasonal and holiday themed bins are amongst my favourite.
With a long winter ahead of us, we need plenty to keep us busy and happy indoors, and if you have toddlers, you probably do too! Enjoy this fun selection of sensory bin ideas to get started on creating some winter-wonderland fun!
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
At 22 months of age, my daughter has become such a little person. She has her own opinions on everything and is constantly trying to exercise her independence. This can be challenging in many ways (i.e. tantrums and power struggles), but it can also be really great in many ways (i.e. sharing her feelings and doing things for herself). Once thing it has meant for us is that she LOVES being a helper.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Christmas is coming! (It’s coming fast! Did you know that there is one less week between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year than usual?!) As joyous and wonderful as Christmas can be, it can also be a stressful time. There is pressure to have a perfect holiday season and to buy your little ones the coolest Christmas presents on the market. As a lover of all things DIY, I had to put together this round-up of AMAZING “Big Ticket” Christmas presents that you can actually MAKE for your kiddos. Instead of spending hundreds on toys, make your little ones the toys of their dreams!
Posted by Keiko Zoll
At 6 months old, Judah is loving playtime. One of his favorite games right now is peekaboo. Whether it’s part of playtime in the morning or waiting in line at the grocery store, peekaboo is his new “party trick.” But it’s more than just a fun game for babies: peekaboo is actually a sign of an important developmental milestone.
For Judah, peekaboo might as well be magic — but here’s the cool science behind it!