Here at Daddycated, we don’t like to lose sight of the essential basics that many other people may overlook. After all, where else do you need to look, other than your friendly neighbourhood Dad Blog? And thus without further a do do…
*WARNING* – May Contain Spoilers for Expectant Parents!
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Mini Post alert!
I’m a bit of a geek and have been for sometime (AKA forever). Due to this little fact I’ve been using my gadgets to record my kids upbringing in great detail, hoping to capture every precious moment. Obviously you can’t get them all, but I still try.
Here’s a clip of my eldest being tickled by mummy when she was about 2 years old. It never fails to bring a smile to my face, so I thought I’d share it with you. It’s a link to my Google Drive with sharing enabled. Feel free to click and try and keep a straight face.
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Just a short one for today guys. Have you got a child from newborn up to about 14 months? If so then here is a nice idea to get your nipper entertained and stimulated for a short while.
Baby sensory videos are available on the internet through the likes of YouTube, etc that can engage, relax and focus your baby for a short time. They are designed to really grab their attention while simulating the visual and auditory senses and aiding brain development. You can talk them through what they are seeing and it can help them with language and shape recognition, amongst other things.
Here are a few examples:
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Have you ever made a story up together with your baby? Have you ever written music together, where both of you are equally competent writers? Have you ever wondered why Lullabies are a global phenomenon often containing dark concepts and why we do it?
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