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4/14/15

T is For Turtle

One of my favorite things right now is watching Emmett's brain just exploding with growth.  It's almost as if I can see his little mind working and figuring out life.

One of the cutest things right now are the little letters and numbers he has randomly picked up here and there.     He knows '2', 'T' and 'o' and '0' are all zeeeee-roooooow. haha!!  He also is convinced that 'T' is tuuuuuur-tuuule because of an alphabet puzzle he has with 'T for Turtle'.  This kid, you guys.  So much fun!!
This spring, before the days were quite warm enough to get outside and play, we did lots of morning baths to keep Emmett entertained.  Some of his favorite bath toys is are a Nuby fishing set and collection of bath foam letters and numbers.

The letter float and stick to the side of the tub and he usually uses the little fishing net to catch the little water animals and letters alike. haha! This is why we love creative toys that make their little brains work and explore.  Because let's be honest, when Emmett recognized the number '2', my mama heart just bursts with pride. . . even if he sometimes mistakes an 'S' for it instead.
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This post is one of a small series I am doing in collaboration with Nuby Parent Blogger.  I am excited to be a on a small team of bloggers that get to share fun ways to use their baby and toddler products.  Even though Nuby supplied these little bath toys, everything I said is my own opinion of course. 

You can get your own fishing bath set from Buy Buy Baby here and the letter and number collection here.
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What do you and your little ones do on days you can't get outside?!
xo


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5 comments:

  1. My daughter loves her fishing set and foam numbers / letters too! But the past few months she's been playing with barbie mermaid things too haha

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  2. haha! that's awesome and would totally happen here if we had barbies in the house. ;)

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  3. What a fun idea...I never thought of doing a bath as an activity during the day when it's cold out! We usually fill our snow days with playdough, coloring, stickers, and playing in empty cardboard boxes, with the occasional episode of Sesame Street when we've run out of things to do! :)

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  4. ahhh empty cardboard boxes for the win. . . ALWAYS!! :) XO

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  5. Love this! Little minds are just so amazing!

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