Remember back when you had a newborn, and you thought you'd never be able to rest again? Well, here you are at month ten, and the outlook for making up lost sleep is looking pretty bleak right now. Your ten-month-old seems to be on the move all the time. If he's not crawling all over the house, he is perhaps pulling himself up to stand.
No matter where your baby is developmentally, you can be sure it includes movement. But why wouldn't it? Your baby only recently discovered he could explore where he wants to and that the world is much bigger than his little play area.
Encouraging your baby to move and explore is precisely what he craves right now, and finding creative (and safe) ways for him to do it can be a challenge. And speaking of challenges, why not give your baby one?
A baby-safe obstacle course will satisfy your baby's need for physical activity and will ensure he gets a good nap, too. We love setting up obstacle courses for babies, and here's why:
Here are some simple ideas of obstacle courses you can set up right now:
Crawling over, under and through any obstacle is sure to bring joy to your little one; make sure you cover the floor with some foam tiles or a carpet and stay close in case they take a tumble.
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