This post features Zero to Two: the book of play – an ebook full of wonderful play ideas that can help you bond with your baby and make the most early parenting years. All links in this post are affiliate links, meaning that if you purchase a copy through these links I earn a commission. Thank you for supporting my blog!
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This book features contributions from many of my favorite bloggers, with activities for babies of ALL ages – even newborn – that get your child exploring the world using their five senses! Some activities are messy, and others are mess-free. Some activities are games you play with your child, while others are designed to encourage your child to explore the world on their own. There is something there for everyone, and since it is an ebook you can store it on your phone or tablet for quick reference on one of those sleep-deprived days.
You can click on any of the photos in this post to get your copy. It’s time to make the most of these early parenting years that go by all too quickly! Anna is down to her last six months of babyhood, and I plan to make the most of every moment!
Here are a few more images from the book – so much fun!
What are your favorite baby play ideas?
MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.
13 thoughts on “Bond with Your Baby”
What a fantastic book to have for mamas with babies!
How lovely! I like giving babies raspberries and showing them mirrors. So much fun!
Babies are such appreciative partners in play!
What fun!! Congratulations on being featured in the book!
Thanks! It was a fun project to be a part of!
Congrats on being in her book! You have wonderful ideas for play and learning so I am not surprised!!! I look forward to reading her book though it’s been a long time since I had a baby in the house!
Congratulations on being a part of that project! I miss when my kids were babies. They grow up way too quickly!
Congratulations! I appreciate you always sharing low maintenance, hands-on explorations for wee ones. Love the “play” for baby. What’s better than learning through play?
It definitely sounds like an awesome book.
Congratulations on being part of it1
Thank you, Ticia!
That’s great you’re part of this collection, MaryAnne! With my first kid I borrowed a book about baby play and did a few (of course it’s been a while so now I forgot! lol). With my twins, they love peek a boo of course, and playing with boxes of little toys.
Anna adores peek a boo! I think this sort of book is wonderful for new parents, but it has some ideas I never thought of, too!
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