Engage your baby as you do household chores.
What You Need:
Secure front pack made for baby
What To Do:
- Put baby in a secure front pack, making sure he’s comfortable.
- Go through your routine of doing household tasks such as sweeping, doing dishes, folding laundry, raking leaves, or planting flowers.
- Describe what you are doing or sing a song for your child.
- Your child will love being close to you, and your voice and the rhythm of the movement may engage him or even lull him to sleep.
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