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I've read people's various entertainments for their babies while they or over the potty (or other vessel) and thought it would be fun to make a thread for it.<br><br>
My 4.5 month old DS's favourite activity when he is on the potty: Playing with the Fisher Price Ocean Wonders Aquarium. We have it hanging in front of the potty. ( It was a gift, and it is actually a crib toy but we've never used a crib. ) DS uses his feet to play with it; his main move is spinning the plastic-crab-roller-toy with his left foot: which is remarkably like the toilet paper roll in motion so I think the bathroom will be a mess of unrolled toilet paper when he finally gets to using the toilet.<br><br>
DS also loves cooing at Daddy and watching the dog.
 

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mine likes to "read" books. he cant read (obviously) but he'll hold books and look at them on the potty. not little kid books either, our ones. it looks really cute like a little tiny man reading on the toilet..
 

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LOL. One of my favorite pics is ds about 8 mos old "reading" a Mothering mag on the pot.
 

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She reads too. Also likes to play with the cat or her toes. And if on the toilet she bangs the lids against the toilet, non stop.<br>
She also loves to play with her soother, which ends up into the toilet quite often<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/redface.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Embarrassment"> .
 

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My son likes to take his time, sometimes I put the potty in front of the dresser drawer and he likes to pull everything out of it. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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We put a basket full of toys in front of her and she pulls all the toys out. I'm actually a little worried that she's going to associate playing with toys with the potty, so I've been trying to make sure she gets some sitting time not on the potty... Actually, it's sorta doubled as an exersaucer....
 
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