Playdates are a great way for little ones to flex their social skills. However, if you really want them to get into it—and you want it to last long enough to enjoy some coffee and conversation with your fellow moms—have a fun activity planned.
If you feel like your home is being overrun by toys, you're not alone. Fortunately, there are oodles of great organizational options out there for those blocks, cars, dolls, books and beloved stuffed animals, among other play time gizmos.
Babies spend nearly half of their waking time doing things like kicking, bouncing, and waving their arms. And while it may appear all this activity is just for the sake of moving, it's important to realize Baby is never "just moving" or "just playing."
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