Littlest’s Latest Feats

The struggles I’ve had with Littlest this year have seemed tremendous. He’s into everything, and exceedingly perturbed that I would dare to put an end to his escapades. But in spite of his perspective of a “restricted childhood,” he’s gotten to participate in some things I didn’t dare try with my other two at this age. Like coloring and writing with crayons and pencils, and fingerpainting!

Activities for Toddlers

Activities for Toddlers

I’ve also found that pom-poms are a real winner with him. The more activities I can find with pom-poms the better I’ll be. The other day, he played contentedly for about half an hour with pom-poms, cupcake liners, and my cupcake tin. (Oh, the bliss!)

Activities for Toddlers

Middlest had as much fun with this activity as her little brother.
Middlest had as much fun with this activity as her little brother.

Another winner was pushing pom-poms into a whiffle ball. Any other good pom-pom games? We’re on a roll. (Just wait until I give him pom-poms and a paper bag! I’ll be #1 Mom, for sure.)

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  1. Ooh, great idea! My little guy will be 19 mos next week and is a very busy and curious kid. I gave him the Connect 4 game the other day and he loved it. I’ll gladly pick up 30ish checkers for 15-20 minutes of his being occupied! I’m going to get some pom-poms for sure. Oh, and you’re a brave soul to do the fingerpainting! 🙂

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