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Smooth Criminal

Posted on .05.18.2007 at 12: 08 am
Current Mood: guiltyguilty
So, yesterday, I took Max swimming at Marty's mom's work(She is a maid on Palm Beach Island) and if anyone who has been to a home there, backing a car out of the driveway is like merging onto the freeway in the worst traffic. So, I was backing out and I hit a car. Their car was fine, I smashed my taillight....And drove away. Life just keeps getting better and better.


righteous_betty at 2007-05-21 14:41 (UTC) (Link)

I'm commenting on your post at parenting101. I'm banned so I cant reply there. :-)We have the same problem with my son. Needs constant stimulation. He is now a year old and it's still the same thing. All we do is vary what he does from one day to the next. The best thing he enjoys is literally sifting through his toys. We pull out his wheely toy box and take all the toys out and put in the middle of the floor. He goes through exactly what he wants to play with. We've put on music in the background which occupies him too. With his crawling around and following us from place to place it has helped tire him out for longer now. So he can sleep up to a couple of hours twice a day. He was given crayons and coloured pencils for his b'day, and has enjoyed colouring on coloured paper with his older sister.

Maybe taking your son swimming, or letting him go to a nursery a couple of times a week to vary his day?
anaiamsohawtana at 2007-05-24 05:34 (UTC) (Link)
Thanks for the advice. I have started leaving him alone in his exersaucer, and his playmat. I integrate that with walking around a lake for about 1.5 hours and singing to him, reading, playing etc. And going out and doing arrands.
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