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Balloon kicking is a great activity for babies to play (under parental supervision of course!!)

Balloon kicking is a great activity for babies to play (under parental supervision of course!!)

Baby sensory play for a 6 to 9 month old baby. Wrap cling wrap around a canvas and have the baby smoosh away with their hands and feet. So much fun!

Baby sensory play for a 6 to 9 month old baby. Wrap cling wrap around a canvas and have the baby smoosh away with their hands and feet. So much fun!

Smash up some fall leaves into tiny pieces. If the leaves are soft, throw them in the microwave for a minute or so to make them crunchy. Get black paint that comes with a brush. Paint lines on a piece of paper, sort of in the shape of a tree. Use a straw to blow on the paint and create branches. Put glue on the tree after the paint dries. Toss your crunchy leaves on top of the paper

Smash up some fall leaves into tiny pieces. If the leaves are soft, throw them in the microwave for a minute or so to make them crunchy. Get black paint that comes with a brush. Paint lines on a piece of paper, sort of in the shape of a tree. Use a straw to blow on the paint and create branches. Put glue on the tree after the paint dries. Toss your crunchy leaves on top of the paper

Is your baby ready for foods that aren't pureed? Here are 4 things you need to know about feeding your 6- to 8-month-old.Your baby has mastered basic purees and can swallow them with ease. It's time to move on to stage 2 baby food -- the chunkier and thicker pieces ...

Is your baby ready for foods that aren't pureed? Here are 4 things you need to know about feeding your 6- to 8-month-old.Your baby has mastered basic purees and can swallow them with ease. It's time to move on to stage 2 baby food -- the chunkier and thicker pieces ...

Just a quick stop to share with you this wonderful food stages infographic. We love to see how babies begin to sign food items based on their preferences. by yvette

Just a quick stop to share with you this wonderful food stages infographic. We love to see how babies begin to sign food items based on their preferences. by yvette