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Old Sep 29th, 2010, 13:51 PM   1
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Toys to challenge and keep a 4 month old occupied.


Ellie seems to be bored of her toys, baby gym, play mat... she's 4 months and wants to grab everything. Anyone recommend any fairly cheap toys that will keep her amused?



 
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Old Sep 29th, 2010, 13:53 PM   2
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how about some household stuff? tupertware lids are a big fav of my LO , i also took the batterys out of an old sky remote, he loves that too

if your any good at sewing you could make a taggie blankie?



 
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how about some household stuff? tupertware lids are a big fav of my LO , i also took the batterys out of an old sky remote, he loves that too

if your any good at sewing you could make a taggie blankie?
What's a taggie blankie? I'm intrigued! x



 
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Old Sep 29th, 2010, 14:00 PM   4
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We did upside down pots with wooden spoon we also only give her some of her toys so she might not see one for a week. The other thing she loved was her swing especialy if Harriet could see me and if she could see what washing machine.



 
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charlotte is also pretty bored of her playmat too, and she whinges in her jumperoo at the moment she likes sitting in her bumbo watching in the night garden xx



 
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Ellie HATES her bumbo. I want to get her a Jumperoo but they're so dear for poor little me atm (we've just moved house!)



 
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BABY-TODDLER-T...item4aa500d1f9

im pants at sewing so i brought one, but this is what a taggie is

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What does it do?!



 
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Thomas likes his 'Sophie the giraffe' good for teething too



 
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Old Sep 29th, 2010, 14:40 PM   10
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I got a cheap second hand baby walker at a nearly new sale (15) and dyl has just started being able to move about in it but the toys on the front also come off and they keep him amused for ages, all lights, music and buttons to push lol.

He's also taken a liking to the xbox controller but don't tell the hubby!



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