Finally, a quiet moment. The girls are enthralled with Baby Einstein, and that gives me a chance to play with my camera. Quiet moments are diamonds in the rough in our home. It’s rare that the girls sit still and are together. Mission accomplished. Thanks Baby Einstein!
If you haven’t discovered the Baby Einstein DVDs, I strongly recommend them. Now, I don’t condone your babies or toddlers watching hours of TV a day, but thirty minutes every few days won’t hurt. The girls’ favorites are Baby Neptune, Baby Newton, and Baby Mozart.
How do you get a quiet moment in your home? Is that even possible with babies or toddlers?
I’d like to say the quite moments in this house is when V is sleeping but these’s day’s even that is becoming a rare thing. He does like to watch Baby TV – and LOVES Charlie and the numbers.. You can YouTube it. The song is super catchy.
Oooh, never heard of those. I will check those out. Got anymore suggestions?
My baby girl loves Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. I let her watch an hour a day. Your babies are absolutely adorable I must add 🙂
I wish I could get them to sit still for an hour with me sitting with them. It’s usually 30 mins tops. Thanks for the suggestion, and the compliment! I love all the parenting tactics I’ve learned from fellow bloggers. Thank you!
Did you know you can look up Baby Einstein on youtube? We own several dvds but there are a few he likes that he’s only seen on youtube like Baby Noah. xx
Thanks! I’ll look for more on Youtube. Plus, I scored 15 DVDs on craigslist for 50 bucks!
Yikes! That’s quite the deal, Maya!! 🙂
awe, your girl are adorable! I had a quiet moment yesterday… Avery is teething. 3 molars going on 4. So he was screaming and quite a terror… then I gave him a popscicle, and didn’t hear a peep from him until the thing was gone 15 minutes later. Silence is golden!
A popsicle! Wow, why didn’t I think of that? Thank you so much for the suggestion Meghan. With little mouths, someone is teething at least once a week. 🙂 Especially during this season of life. Glad you got at least a little bit of silence. 🙂
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