Like it or not, we are all stuck at home at the moment for the good of the country’s health. However, if you have a little one it may be more challenging than usual; the lack of ability to interact outside your bubble means your baby’s sensory needs may be unmet and they become bored/dialed up as a result. Parenting can be lonely enough without being able to follow your usual routine of meeting up with friends and coffee groups, but now it has now become even more isolating. Being isolated with a fussy baby who hasn’t had its evolving sensory needs meets doesn’t sound like enjoyable household.
So in order to help with that, here’s a list of sensory activities you can do with your little one at home to optimise your baby’s needs and development. We often forget that meeting your baby’s sensory needs is so incredibly important, even from an early age because so of then the focus is on feeding and sleeping.
Amy and Elspeth
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