Pinterest inspired Sensory Bag

I keep liking or pinning things on Pinterest and finally decided to give a few a try.  So yesterday I made a “sensory bag” for Payton…and she is actually playing with it and enjoying it!  I went to Target and bought some little figurine animals for a couple of dollars and then a huge bottle of cheap $1 hair gel.  It is super cheap to make and super easy…you just throw everything into a heavy-duty freezer bag, make sure you get all of the air out, seal it up, and use packing or duct tape around the edges to keep little hands from opening it.

Supplies – I used some coins, animal figurines and beads. Plus the hair gel, freezer bag, and packing tape.

And of course a couple of my favorite moments from the past few days:

Payton reading to me and Mr. Hugsie =)

Still makes a bee-line for the fridge as soon as she hears the door opening…have no idea why she loves it in there so much.

About JulesJ

We have grown from a family of three to four! I am a full time wife and Mommy, and a part time Registered Nurse in a busy Medical Cardiac ICU. My hubby works at Microsoft...that is what brought us to Seattle. We have the most adorable little girl...born October of 2011. Plus we have a new little bundle of joy in our life, our little prince was born February of 2014. We live in Issaquah, WA, about 20 minutes east of Seattle...though we are true Texans at heart. I am just trying to capture those every day moments so we will have memories to last a lifetime.
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3 Responses to Pinterest inspired Sensory Bag

  1. auntie k says:

    Oh my gosh, Payton is a darling! Her curly hair and eyes are to die for!

  2. Anonymous says:

    the more pictures I see the more I want 🙂

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