Hannah loves playing hide and seek. I think if she had someone willing, she could play all day long.
She’s a very good hider.
“Mommy, I want to play hide and seek.” Hannah tells me.
“Ok sweetie, you hide and I’ll count.”
“I’m going to hide in the closet!”
She doesn’t seem to get the fact that I’m not supposed to know where she’s hiding.
“Can you help me mommy, I need help getting into the hamper.”
Her hiding places are so good that she needs help getting into them properly.
Sometimes she can hide herself.
But then while she’s in her hiding spot, she yells “Mommy! I’m in here Mommy! Mommy, I’m in my bed!” I, of course, pretend I don’t know where she is and go around announcing that I can’t find her.
“Where’s Hannah? I can’t find her anywhere! She’s not in the closet…she’s not under the bed.”
“Mommy, I’m in my bed!”
“THERE YOU ARE! You’re such a good hider!”
Sometimes she plays with me and Aaron. Aaron will help her hide while I count.
But she still tells me where she’s going to hide.
“Mommy, Daddy is going to help me hide in the couch!” She tells me excitedly.
Daniel likes to play too.
Especially when Hannah hides on Aaron’s and my bed.
She hides in Aaron’s coat.
And she loves to hide in her stuffed toy bucket. Once we played when Grandma was here and Grandma really had no idea where she was (Grandma is hard of hearing, so she couldn’t hear Hannah’s muffled “I’m in here Grandma!” talking).
How do your toddlers play hide and seek?
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