One of the best classes I’ve attended with Ameli has been the Buddha Babies Yoga Class. Despite the name, there’s no spiritual element to the class, and I’ve  found that it’s given me invaluable guidance on spending time at home with Ameli actually interacting with her.

One of the hardest things for me so far has been knowing how much stimulation is required, when, and how to do it.

It’s easy to go out every day, be busy and rush around, but I find that between the constant trips out, and lengthy feeds at home, there are many things that end up neglected – not just washing, cleaning and so forth, but ‘fun’ things too, like hobbies, and half done projects.

Now I am able to make dressing and changing time fun too, whether I follow the whole routine, or just one of the songs at a time.  It’s good for he and makes me feel that our time is quality, rather  than merely quantity.


Baby ‘Yoga’

  1. Many yoga classes are out there, and you may be turned off if you pick one that does not suit your personality and state of physical fitness. For most beginners, a hatha or vinyasa class will be most appropriate, depending on whether you want a slow or fast-paced class. These are basic styles, and you can always try something fancier later.

  2. Hi, Luschka. Stopping by from SITS. Just wanted you to know that your last post does show up on your comment on SITS.
    Also, since you’re a new mommy, would love your comments on my Nursery Mural Registry – where family & friends can help pay for murals for babies. It’s my own concept and I hoping my fellow bloggers give me comments and suggestions.
    I have a link on my blog, if you find the time. Thanks, Colleen

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