VIDEO Pretend Play: Baby doll goes potty, then passes out

Julian and I were playing around with the baby doll today, putting on and off his socks and shoes as he likes to do. Then I took off the baby doll’s diaper and said does baby doll need to go potty? Julian immediately signed potty and then took baby to the bathroom. This is what ensued:  Julian thought the baby doll should fall asleep after going potty as you will see…(perhaps passed out after a long night of partying?) The sound cuts off in the video because I took it on my phone and it malfunctioned. sorry about that. I think Julian also sneezed at the baby in the end of the video. The whole time I was watching this I was thinking about my baby’s emerging pretend play skills. He is trying to put on his own socks too lately and of course I thought of his self help skills….you mommas out there who have kids in OT or other type of therapies can understand the immediate thought to how these day to day happenings translate right away to therapy milestones in your head! Anyway here is the cute video complete with a nice little plumber’s crack on my love bug.

 

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3 Responses to VIDEO Pretend Play: Baby doll goes potty, then passes out

  1. Patty ORourke says:

    He does have the cutest little plumbers butt!

  2. Anna Theurer says:

    Cute! We have the same potty but Bear refuses to use it. She wants to sit on the toilet so we got the little seat adaptor. We got this little plastic frog bowl from IKEA a long time ago. I found Ellie dragging the bowl and the baby into the bathroom. She placed the bowl next to her frog potty and set the baby on the bowl. Apparently, she though the frog bowl was the baby version of her frog potty! Isn’t it amazing how kids’ minds work? Anyway, I love the video of Julian. I love any live action videos of him!

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