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#151 of 155 Old 10-04-2011, 06:54 PM
 
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How cool! I'm thinking my guys may be too young for it though. They're 2.5 and 4.



Ahh, yes - I thought they were older for some reason!   DD is 2.5 and the baby is giving her a dr's kit and some doll gear so she can take care of her babies.  I also packed a big box full of new art supplies and little activities, nothing expensive, just fun little things to tide us over long term.  

 

Hmm, maybe a great new set of wooden blocks?  Like one of the fancy castle sets?  

 

Or a busy board?

http://pinterest.com/pin/129370174/

 

http://pinterest.com/pin/262325447/

 

Or a light table?

http://playathomemom3.blogspot.com/search/label/Playing%20with%20Light (a bunch of cool things you can do with them)


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#152 of 155 Old 10-04-2011, 09:11 PM
 
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Is it bad that I got DD a present "from the baby" but I have completely forgotten what it is? dizzy.gif

 

I've gotten a lot done the last few weeks, but I still need to install the car seat, pack the hospital bag, get the suction on the breast pump checked, buy a dresser and then fold all the baby clothes & put them away.  Oh, and narrow down the possible names for this baby.

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Wow. These are awesome! biggrinbounce.gif Thanks!
 

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Ahh, yes - I thought they were older for some reason!   DD is 2.5 and the baby is giving her a dr's kit and some doll gear so she can take care of her babies.  I also packed a big box full of new art supplies and little activities, nothing expensive, just fun little things to tide us over long term.  

 

Hmm, maybe a great new set of wooden blocks?  Like one of the fancy castle sets?  

 

Or a busy board?

http://pinterest.com/pin/129370174/

 

http://pinterest.com/pin/262325447/

 

Or a light table?

http://playathomemom3.blogspot.com/search/label/Playing%20with%20Light (a bunch of cool things you can do with them)



 


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Have you seen the cat with the nursing kittens? I think it would be a fun thing in the house when you have a new baby. I want one for my office. http://www.amazon.com/Manhattan-Toy-107790-Nursing-Nina/dp/B0001LATN6
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Oh, how cute!


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