For Quality Time:
We particularly enjoy popping in a
DVD, popping some popcorn
and having a wonderful time at our "theatre".
Both of the boys are in gymnastics and we go to the meets as a family
and it doesn't matter if I'm passing out all the way in. I'm going!
I play video games with my daughter. We love the quest ones. It has helped
immensely with her hand/eye co-ordination and it forces me to think about where we have to go and how to get there, and a
used mind does not deteriorate! I love the fact that she is 10 and still wants to hang out with her sick, old mom and she
loves the fact that her friends think her mom is soooo cool!
I have Noah come up on the bed and we play games there.
he just snuggles in bed w/ me for some mom time.
I have a beautiful
little 2 year old, Sydney. And the hardest part about raising her with NCS is not being about to keep up. I'm a younger mom
and have never had a problem up until a few months ago. The best thing that we have come up with is setting up half her play
room for "quiet play time". We have a little tykes picnic bench and soft music and paints and puzzles and even a little puppet
theater. So whenever I start getting tired or dizzy, we pull the curtain over and enjoy some quiet play time. It also calms
her down before bed and gives me a chance to calm down and still enjoy my 2 year old. Hopefully that can help :-)