Some other things that Carter has loved, is his swing. I still use it surprisingly, and he still mostly fits in it lol. use it only when he is really upset and needs soothing, and holding him isn't working.
He had just one favorite toy for a long time, and unfortunately I couldn't find a picture of it. It was from WalMart, and it just spins as they hold it. He got really good at it, and would do it for hours. His therapist said that spinning is a learned movement, and some kids get stuck in that when they aren't sure what else to do. He also loves his Oball rattle, that is a great toy. I have been trying to get a bigger one from the Red Balloon store, because I want him to use both hands.Carter really loves the water, as long as it isn't too cold and not in direct sunlight haha. The two times I went to swimming therapy, he enjoyed it until she made him work hard. We have taken him swimming serveral times as a baby, and hope to more in the future. He also loves to go on walks and to be in the car. I think babies in general like soothing motions, which a car, swing or going on a walk does.
Kind of a random post, I know. I just wanted to share some of the things that Carter has enjoyed. He has a saucer that he played in for a little bit and he liked it. He has a bumbo, which seemed to help him sit up when he was younger. After about 8 months of age he got too big for it. He has a Johnny Jump Up that he doesn't really use, he will generally just twist around in it instead of jumping. Since he can't support his head very well still, it's hard for him to both stand up and keep his head up. He also has a walker, but he usually just slumps forward in it. As you can see, we are still trying to discover new things/toys for him to enjoy and learn with.