Once all of the baby dolls were bathed, it was time to set up a pretend play nursery. (Again… I didn’t have much hope for this area since Little M is not a “baby doll” kind of kid. Sometimes these little things are just for me… my grandma enjoyed it too. 🙂 )
Our little bathing station included wash cloths, rubber ducky and empty containers (for “soap”) and towels.
All of the clothes had a nice neat place…
Diaper changing is a must. I even rinsed out a few real wipes.
Hubs did a much better job with the box cutter.
So cute!!! (Little M has used this adorable little cardboard bed for babies for a while… a little spray paint made it extra special.)
After adding a stroller, a feeding chair and a few baby dolls the nursery was complete.
I left the nursery up for 3 weeks. About 1 1/2 weeks in Little M started using it. HOORAY! A little baby doll pretend play…
This post is a PRETEND PLAY skill.