5 of the Best Autumnal Newborn Baby Activities
Finding newborn baby activities can be difficult with summer ending but just because the nights are drawing in, doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with your little one! Take a look at the below for some tips on how to make the most of autumn!
If you’ve had a baby this autumn, congratulations! It can be daunting thinking of newborn baby activities in the early days but just because it’s cold outside, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get out and about! Fresh air and a change of scenery is great for your wellbeing as a new mumma, check out our fab autumnal activity ideas below…
1. Wrap up warm and go for a walk in the beautiful autumn sun, it’s a great opportunity to catch up with a friend or family member too. Why not carry your little one on your front so they can look out at the gorgeous falling leaves? Bonus points if you finish your walk with a festive themed drink!
2. Pumpkins are arguably the best autumn food, so why not go and visit a pumpkin patch to pick out your own? Your little one will love seeing all the colours and you can make some delicious pumpkin soup with your find!
3. Why not look up your local baby yoga or baby massage classes to attend? It’s a great activity for little ones as they will stay warm and cosy indoors whilst being stimulated by the fab activities. It’s great for mum too as it’s gets you out of the house and is an opportunity to make some new mumma friends!
4. Autumn has some great opportunity for dressing up and taking some sweet snaps of your newborn to add to a memory album! Not just for Halloween, there are so many cute outfits for newborns during the autumnal months. It can be as simple as dressing your little one in festive orange, so they’re a part of the celebrations too!
5. Why not make a mobile using autumn leaves? This simple to make mobile looks so effective especially when hung in an autumn themed nursery. All you need is some leaves from your garden or the park, give them a wash, leave to dry the hole punch for hanging. Using invisible thread, hang them onto a twig or branch then hang in your nursery for a cheap yet beautiful autumn accessory!