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MadameCheese Sun 20-Jul-08 16:59:44

what the heck do I do to keep my 15 week old DS amused, all tips gratefully received

cornsilk Sun 20-Jul-08 17:03:54

get an nanny

cornsilk Sun 20-Jul-08 17:04:06

a nanny

FluffyMummy123 Sun 20-Jul-08 17:05:14

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MadameCheese Sun 20-Jul-08 17:08:48

LOL iCod! Feel bad leaving him doing nothing if he's awake

southeastastra Sun 20-Jul-08 17:09:20

baby tv

EffiePerine Sun 20-Jul-08 17:09:54

talk to him?

Heated Sun 20-Jul-08 17:10:07

There is a book somewhat horrendously titled Smart Start Your Baby which is actually very good for giving you ideas for things to do with your dc, week by week, which I would really recommend.

MadameCheese Sun 20-Jul-08 17:10:12

No no no, don't want him to turn into a mini-me!

Heated Sun 20-Jul-08 17:10:47

It's never to early to read to him.

MadameCheese Sun 20-Jul-08 17:12:07

At the mo I sing and talk to him (poor thing)

MadameCheese Sun 20-Jul-08 17:13:58

I just don't want him to be bored, I've got a chum who constantly plays with her DS when he's awake

MrsBadger Sun 20-Jul-08 17:17:02

chum is mad

sing while washing up
sit in front of washign machine / washing line / moving trees
hang rattly toys over bouncy chair
put on playmat
take out in pram
go for coffee with friends

MadameCheese Sun 20-Jul-08 17:21:02

At the mo he is in his cot looking at his hands and laughing to himself

Lastyearsmodel Sun 20-Jul-08 21:21:15

Being able to amuse themselves is a highly desirable skill. I used to worry about this with my first. I don't with my second...

stitch Sun 20-Jul-08 21:21:43

stick them under a baby gym

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