So I'm just wondering what games did/do u play with baby, I blow rasberrys on my baby's belly and sing and do round and round the garden like a teddy bear one step two step and a tickle under there lol :) , just would love to hear some point of views...
My son is 3 months also. I play peek-a-boo, he's LOVES pop-up books( i'm very animated and i make sounds when the picture pops up). I also make funny very exaggerated faces for him to imitate. Singing. Almost anything can be fun for a baby 3 months+ if you make it fun. My little one coos and babbles non stop sometimes
Random Note: I'm a FTM and for a while I didn't really know what to say to him (my son) so for about a good 6 weeks we did nothing but stare at each other lol It's funny because now i never run out of things for us to do
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