Today we have a guest post from Heather who blogs at Little Moments to Embrace. Heather is a mother of two with a background in early childhood education. She blogs some wonderful ideas for children’s learning and play. I am excited to have her here today sharing a wonderful activity for babies. My kids have outgrown this stage so I don’t offer lots of baby ideas here. I know this post will be helpful to my friends and readers with little ones. Please welcome Heather!
Devin has been busy lately; busy wiggling and rolling around, busy putting toys in his mouth, and busy eyeing things up he wishes he could put in his mouth. At six months old he is able to explore a little bit more of his world now that he has wiggle room. Sensory bottles are the perfect option for him at this stage, they allow him to explore objects that are too small for him, safely. We don’t have plastic bottles in the house often, but we do have a lot of plastic baby food containers, the perfect size for little hands to grab.
Thank you so much Heather! I have to start by saying Devin is SO cute! The pictures of him are darling. I love that this idea is frugal and reuses things we already have at home. I can’t imagine how many of those baby food containers we went through.
Here are some of my favorite posts from Little Moments to Embrace:
On Your Markers…Get Set…Go!
The Secret Box