He looooves reading. But I try to keep him really entertained(on the days I don't have class and he doesn't have daycare). Today we baked brownies, read a few books, went to the park, played a flash card game and now we're getting ready for dinner.
Read books, play with toys (especially her kitchen/food, blocks, and puzzles), color/draw, sing.. we just play, I guess, run around, tickle, be silly. When I need a break (frequently, I'm getting quite pregnant), she sits in my lap and watches YouTube videos while I Facebook or CM or whatever.
We read, play ball, practice words, numbers, Bible verses, etc. He also loves to climb and flip, so we go to the playground or, if it's raining, do gymnastics in the living room.
Look at books, color, play cars, watch Wiggles, sing
play together, go to the park, read
He gets 1 hour of either Finding Nemo or Robots when we get up. He is not a morning person so we use the time to cuddle in our PJ's.
On Monday's we go to reading hour at the library and then out to lunch.
The rest of the week we go for a walk to the park. He LOVES to swing. We read books-not every day, but we try! He LOVES to take what he calls a rain shower (fill the tub a quarter full then let it rain w/the shower). We watch Daddy's fish in the fish tank. We play with cars. Basically ever moves us at that moment.
go for a walk, go to the park, go swimming, play in the sand box, painting, coloring, clay time, bubbles, crafts. She loves to run errands with me. She prefers to be out and about doing things than at home.
i take my daughter to an indoor play ground, or to the park, we watch tv shows togther or color. Often we have snuggle times and read books too. I try to give her independant play time as well.
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