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The Easiest Ways To Keep Your Baby Occupied

Baby entertainment doesn’t have to be a hassle. While many parents think they need to prepare elaborate toys or activities in order to keep their baby occupied, the fact of the matter is that you don’t need much to keep your little one happy and busy. Take a look at some of the easiest things you can do with your baby for great entertainment that can be done anywhere!

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Play With Them in the Bathtub

Babies like getting dirty and playing in the water. If you’re looking for ways to keep your baby occupied, a bath is a great place to start. They can splash around, play with toys, or try out some of those new gross motor skills you’ve been working on. And who doesn’t love watching babies blow bubbles? Just make sure they don’t drown!

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Play With Them Outside

Many parents think their babies aren’t old enough to play outside. But even newborns can get some fun fresh air. Whether your baby is just days old or crawling, there are plenty of ways to keep them entertained outdoors. Go for a walk in your neighborhood, roll them around in a stroller on a shaded path, or set up an impromptu picnic on a grassy patch of ground. You’ll be surprised at how early you can start taking walks with your little one! And as long as you keep an eye out for safety hazards like sharp rocks and poison ivy (no matter how tiny they might be!), you won’t have any problem keeping both of you happy.

Read Stories as Vividly as You Can.

Babies are fun and exciting, but keeping them occupied can be a challenge. When you’re trying to get them through even a quick car ride, books and toys can seem like serious bludgeons for your attention. The good news is that there are plenty of things to do with your baby that don’t involve story time or manual labor. For example, watching things go by in front of your baby—be it cars or trees or something else—can make for an interesting distraction; as long as they’re paying attention to something other than you, they should be fine. As soon as their little eyes start drifting off, change what you’re looking at; if one thing stops working, move on to another.

Blow bubbles, and let baby pop them!

When I was a kid, blowing bubbles was not just fun — it was like liquid magic. Now that I’m older, I still see them as fascinating and mysterious. Even my 3-year-old daughter loves to chase bubbles, but she can’t quite grasp why they pop when she touches them. (I know; I tried to explain quantum physics to her once.) This is one of those baby activities that isn’t just easy—it’s almost effortless. Grab some bubble solution and you can entertain your little one for hours. And when you get tired of blowing, let your baby give it a try!

Make and play with edible finger paint.

Making and playing with edible finger paint is a fun, creative way to keep your baby occupied. All you need is cornstarch and food coloring, which are easy ingredients to find and cheap to buy. Not only will your little one be entertained but you’ll also get to see him or her develop fine motor skills. And when it comes time for cleanup, you can simply flush it down your toilet! When you do make your edible finger paint, store it in an airtight container for about a week; any longer than that and bacteria could start to grow on it.

 

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