Can babies play independently? Is that even possible? Or is it something that only develops later (if at all)? The answer is…they can! And in this episode, I’m going to talk about 10 ways they can play and how to encourage them to do so.
[01:05] #1 – Don’t entertain your baby
[02:39] #2 – Le Pause
[04:13] #3 – Don’t overstimulate – keep it simple
[06:23] #4 – Don’t interfere
[07:52] #5 – Keep things low
[09:20] #6 – Keep trying
[10:59] #7 – Try different times
[12:43] #8 – Try different positions
[13:38] #9 – Make sure they’re comfortable
[14:21] #10 – Experiment with music
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