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Occupying Busy Toddlers with Amy Roberts – TTM #11

on November 29, 2017 by Jami Balmet 1 comment

I’ve got a special guest back with me on the podcast today! Amy Roberts joined us back in episode #2 with some great laundry tips from a mom of 9! And today she is with us to give some encouragement on busy toddlers…you know the ones! 😉 

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Here’s the question we asked Amy: 

“On your podcast I’ve heard you talk about your little guy Creed who is four years old and extremely busy! I can so identify with this. My four year old twins AND my two year old twins (all boys!) fit that description perfectly. Do you have any advice for me (and other mamas listening) on how to keep them busy throughout the day while cooking, cleaning, and possibly doing school work with older kids. How do you keep him from destroying the house while also training his heart and mind?”

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  1. Any suggestions for keeping a busy 19 month old busy while my 3 year old plays with his busy bags? Some of the stuff in them is just too small for my younger boy to play with, (he STILL puts everything in his mouth!!) but he has major interest in them…so while I can keep my 3 year old occupied, I struggle with keeping my 19 month old occupied too, because he’s so intent on getting into what his brother is doing and nothing seems to distract him well enough for me to be able to leave the room and/or get some work done without having to keep a close eye on them! (Btw, I don’t have a playpen to use to keep him temporarily contained)

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