1. Swing--We have two swings upstairs and two swings downstairs. The swings upstairs are better designed for infants and have mobiles, lights, music, and sway from side to side. The swings downstairs are better for once they can sit up.
2. Walks--We go for a walk in the stroller every single day, whether it's around the neighborhood or in a store. The babies enjoy being outside and are great out and about.
4. Floor Mats--Both James and Amelia have learned that they can reach for toys. Of course, the hand-eye coordination hasn't been mastered, but they are exploring and interacting. Madeline's a bit behind in this area.
5. Lap Time--Each baby spends quality one-on-one time in my lap every day. I normally move their legs to "ride a bicycle", make them do Wheels on the Bus hand motions, clap, sing, etc.
6. Bumbo--This is the newest addition to our activities. Surprisingly, Maddie's the best with head control, followed by James, then Amelia. They don't spend more than two or three minutes sitting right now, but they are practicing and getting better.
7. Boppy--I prop the babies up on the boppy pillow after the morning feeding (face up) and then turn them over for some tummy time after they're changed and dressed.
9. Pack-n-Play--Sometimes I just toss a baby (or two, or three) in the pack-n-play. While this doesn't provide a whole lot of stimulation, it's a safe, comfortable place for them to be. They almost always nap in a pack-n-play.
10. Sibling Interaction--This overlaps everything, but it is very rare that the babies are not beside one another or being harassed by their big brother. Jackson provides an adrenaline rushing aspect of "Oh no! What is my brother going to do to me now?"
And the triplets serve as pacifiers, pillows, and listening ears for one another.