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entertaining 4 year old blind daughter ...

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Melissa1929 Tue 03-May-16 01:00:21

I notice a big difference in my first child raising experience now , my daughter is developmentally behind among other things , and was born without eyes , I'm at the point she is getting bored of toys and just made me realize I don't know how to entertain a blind child , of course I no little things , but the average child everything is visual it seems , can't just sit her in front of tv for clean up time , she is into everything haven to follow her around constantly to make sure she is okay. Any advice on entertainment .......she doesn't talk or walk besides trailing walls , and I don't know what she understands .

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