If your baby is anything like mine they will need constant attention. Sometimes it’s nice to be able to go to the toilet in peace and know that they aren’t trying to lick the toilet seat or play with something else they really shouldn’t be. Plug socket anyone?
Ava loves anything sensory to play with so I have come up with some ideas to hopefully keep her occupied and that aren’t too hard to put together. Each week I will post a new easy baby sensory idea so if you don’t want to miss them make sure you sign up for my emails.
Different texture balls basket
This easy baby sensory activity is so quick to put together and will hopefully keep your little one occupied for quite a while. Well long enough to go to the toilet! There are links to some of the sensory balls I have included in the basket in this post – Creating a dark sensory tent or area for your baby or toddler. The others I have put in are a plastic one from a set from Tesco’s, a harder plastic ball from a toy set and a wooden one from a building brick set. You could also put in a tennis ball or any other balls you have as long as they are too big to be put in their mouth. I have used a soft basket that contained play food from Ikea. You could also use a wicker basket, cut up a cardboard box or put them in a plastic mixing bowl.
Enjoy going to the toilet in peace!