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Quick fabric busy bag

I needed something to keep my daughetr busy while I dressed and got my son ready to go out. Trying to think quickly I grab a lunchbag and filled it with some fabric scraps my daughter has yet to see. I closed it and gave it to her, it worked great!!! She loved going threw it all and even tried to tie some toghter. (We are learning how to tie shoes at this time so it was nice to see)
Got to remember what might be old to us is new to someone who has yet to experience it.


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