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What actually happens at baby sensory?

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Cupcakes123 Wed 07-Jan-15 18:02:11

We finally have a space, yippee....

Are they going to make me sing?

Queazy Wed 07-Jan-15 20:41:04

Yes smile I really missed baby sensory when we stopped though. My dd loved it! I found it to be the best baby class out there by miles. Enjoy!

Queazy Wed 07-Jan-15 20:44:21

p.s. Sorry...there are songs and little 'floor shows/performances' for the babies to watch. They break in the middle so the babies can play with toys arranged at the back of the room. They also get to play with instruments, boxes with ribbons in etc. There is normally a theme each week such as Jungle Week. There are normally lots of bubbles at the end. Dd is now 16mo and still a sucker for some decent bubbles! xx

Cupcakes123 Wed 07-Jan-15 21:59:47

Ooohhhh that does sound fun!
DS is only 5 months but a nosy little thing so if nothing else, he can just look at the bubbles smile

MissCalamity Thu 08-Jan-15 09:42:43

You can sing if you want to wink
I did 2 terms with DD who was 5 months when we first went.
Like Queazy said there are different themes every week & the session starts with their song "say hello to the sun". Sometimes it was all too much DD & she got a bit ratty towards the end.

She loved all the other babies, the bubbles and all the lights. She definitely recognised where we were each week grin

Inbl00m Thu 08-Jan-15 20:53:51

Watch this smile

Cupcakes123 Thu 08-Jan-15 21:44:20

I'm really looking forward to it, just me and my little person and my over enthusiastic singing

Also always up for meeting other mums, I love motherhood but found it can be a touch isolating unless you go out and talk to as many people as possible

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