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    Heyo... just curious... does anyone have any great ideas of fun things to do for a Toddler Night.. be it in or out??? By oneself and or with friends??? Just looking to get some fun feedback on fun new ways to experience my inner little...

    In time I should like to make an event out of it!!!

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    I like to take a bath then diaper up and watch cartoons in my pajamas. Cuddling with my dog is fun too.

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    What kinda toys do you have? Legos, blocks, stackers, dolls/action figures, and blanket forts are pretty solid things to do.

    Puzzles, colouring, drawing, painting, and pretty much anything artsy crafty. :3

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    LEGOS!!! And hot wheels and coloring and drawing... I've learned to keep my Legos to myself though

    I used to have blocks... and a choo choo

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaddleKitten View Post
    LEGOS!!! And hot wheels and coloring and drawing... I've learned to keep my Legos to myself though

    I used to have blocks... and a choo choo
    Is it because they can get lost? That's a double edged sword. Sometimes you never find them and sometimes you do - in the middle of the night.
    STOMP! Lego loving pain. c:

    I didn't even think about choo-choos. That sounds amazingly fun~!o:

    OH! Try cartoons and a blanket fort. Pull in all your plushies - it's probably my favorite form of napping. Maybe get some Play-doh! Or put scotch tape in shapes on the floor; square, rectangle, etc! And build within the perimeters of the shape. That's better for blocks, though. x3

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    Hmm. How old do you think of as toddler? Legos might be a little worrisome since you might eat the pieces, but I think we can bend the rules if you like them.

    I'd suggest a few rules and as many props as you can get your hands on. By rules, things like making sure you drink a certain amount or certain frequency (a glass of water an hour maybe) and you have to be in diapers of course. Then look at whatever toys you have, movies, games, blankets, any fun or colorful clothes. Put out lots of stuff, and be willing to mix it all up for a night. Maybe your plushies want to play with the hot wheels, or you take everyone flying on a blanket magic carpet, or you can put on a movie and act it out with all your toys as it's going. It's imagination, so the sky is the limit.

    And of course, you'll need to have cleanup time at a certain point, and a strict bedtime. Little ones need their rest.

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    Wish i would know some AB/DLs around me ... i feel like a Unicorn
    I would invite them for a Sleep-Over and we would watch some cartoons and play together
    and then sleep in our onesies
    Last edited by Konners; 30-Jul-2016 at 12:41.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieRoni View Post
    Hmm. How old do you think of as toddler? Legos might be a little worrisome since you might eat the pieces...
    Well 1-3 is Toddler by definition... I often times claim I'm 4... but particularly youthful and my favorite word is "mo" or "mope" (no or nope) and diapers are a must... I could stretch 2 or 3... and I've never been an om-nom-y child... "what does this taste like" wasn't a thing for me... I just had to touch everything :3

    But Legos were a massive staple of my childhood that I never grew out of... I love them DEARLY!!! =0_0=

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cereal View Post
    Is it because they can get lost? That's a double edged sword. Sometimes you never find them and sometimes you do - in the middle of the night.
    STOMP! Lego loving pain. c:

    I didn't even think about choo-choos. That sounds amazingly fun~!o:

    OH! Try cartoons and a blanket fort. Pull in all your plushies - it's probably my favorite...
    Stomping on Lego pieces is the test of a true warrior... I've passed many times!!!

    Choo choos ARE amazingly fun!!! I had one that would puff smoke!!!

    And if ALL my plushies are supposed to fithe I may need a blanket mansion!!! =O_O=

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    If I were to have a toddler night, I would get out all my old Hot Wheels stuff and make tracks in my room. Problem is, I don't have any track pieces anymore, only some old cars with wobbly wheels. Maybe it's time I start buying them again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungYoshi View Post
    If I were to have a toddler night, I would get out all my old Hot Wheels stuff and make tracks in my room. Problem is, I don't have any track pieces anymore, only some old cars with wobbly wheels. Maybe it's time I start buying them again.
    Yes... yes I think it is... :3

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