Bouncing baby

Your baby learns from you. They like to watch your face and copy your expressions.

Nursery rhymes are best when your baby is feeling calm and relaxed. Sing the words and do the actions. Don't forget to add your baby's name.

What shall we do with a bouncy (baby's name)?

What shall we do with a bouncy (baby's name)?

What shall we do with a bouncy (baby's name)?

Early in the morning.

Tickle, tickle, tickle their tummy,

Tickle, tickle, tickle their tummy,

Tickle, tickle, tickle their tummy,

Early in the morning.

Let's stroke, stroke, stroke their legs,

Let's stroke, stroke, stroke their legs,

Let's stroke, stroke, stroke their legs,

Early in the morning.

Stretch, stretch, stretch their arms out,

Stretch, stretch, stretch their arms out,

Stretch, stretch, stretch their arms,

Early in the morning.

Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle their fingers,

Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle their fingers,

Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle their fingers,

Early in the morning.

You can also make up your own actions!

Good to know

Using your baby's name in a song helps them learn their name. It shows them how important they are to you.

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