Baby’s day in sensory room
A sensory room is a special, quiet space with a range of stimulating equipment to help children with their sensory development. They usually have different features ranging from soft relaxing areas to interactive equipment all specially designed to support children through the early stages of learning. One of the children centre close to my house has one which can be booked for an hour or more.
I was allowed into the sensory room when Baby JOOD was about five weeks old to feed him. It looked lovely and relaxing. The room had bubble columns, special lighting, music equipment with different relaxing music and stories, mirror balls with spot light, electronic audiovisual stimulation and other colourful lights. So I promised to take Baby JOOD back for some proper relaxation and learning.
When Baby JOOD was about fifteen weeks, a friend and I booked the sensory room. We spent the afternoon in the room with our little cute faces. The babies loved the bubble columns the most. When they were not crying as usual, they stared at it. We, the mothers tried to relax too although we were not too successful.
I think Baby JOOD is due for another visit to the sensory room, to stimulate his sensory development. Also maybe its time I create a sensory room in the house for an afternoon time-out with Baby JOOD (DIY things).