Fun Quiet Time Activities

Isn’t it funny how much attention you received from friends and family when you were pregnant with your first child?  Everyone encouraged you to “get some rest”, loved ones constantly acknowledging how you were “glowing”, and your spouse likely pampered you like a queen.  Not so much this time around, right!?  Meeting the constant needs and demands of a toddler, while carrying a growing baby is EXHAUSTING! 

Your desires for a break from the chaos are completely understandable!  Below are a few suggested quiet time activities to entertain your toddler and give you some much needed rest.  Use the magic of a stork delivery to help get your kid excited for quiet time!

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A Red Box Movies and Snacks Gift Box includes a gift card good for six movie rentals, so this stork delivery could be used over and over again!  This gift box comes complete inside a two tone gift box with hand made movie reel bow, and includes the following treats: Directors Cut board, Twizzlers licorice, Reese's peanut butter cups, Rice Krispie treat, plain M & M's, Peanut M & M's, Reese's Pieces, Twix Bar, Hershey's classic milk chocolate bar, Hershey's Cookies N cream bar, Nestle Crunch Bar, Snyder's Pretzels, Chex Mix, 2-butter flavor microwave popcorn, and Cracker Jacks caramel corn with surprise. 

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These On the Go Water Wow! books by Melissa & Doug are a great option!  They are simple for a toddler to use, they are reusable, and you won’t have to constantly worry that your toddler has decided to start coloring the walls rainbow while you rest your eyes!

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The Picasso Magnet Building Tiles are very easy for even a small toddler to use!  The magnetic nature of the tiles virtually guides them into place for the child, which means they shouldn’t need “help!”.  These tiles are also very easy to quickly clean up and store for future quiet times!

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An activity board is a great option for the more inquisitive toddlers.  The Latches Board will engage your toddler as they work to discover the fun surprises hidden behind each door or window.  The Hide and Seek Farm Board may be a little less challenging, but the hinged doors and removable animal magnets are sure to entertain your toddler!

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