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    God yes! I rarely do it!!

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    Boardgames, nintendo, puzzles, drawing, anything with a set purpose i love doing with them, imaginitive play? No dice. I cannot do it.




    I had an occupational therapist film me for ten weeks interacting and playing with ds#2 critiquing and critising every single thing i did with him. It was the worst experience...and i was told everything i said or did with him was 'wrong'


    So meh. We do stuff with purpose and the rest they can do with each other.


    Imagine an asd adult and 2 asd kids all sitting around trying to imagine some weirdo stuff to do with a stupid toy that doesnt do anything. *crickets chirping* awkward!!

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    Hell yes!

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    I have a serious addiction to jigsaw puzzles.. No joke I have over a hundred! I am hoping dd has the same addiction!

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    Last year I found it boring but now dd is getting such an imagination it is so cute to watch her.
    Most of the time when she is playing with her dolls I am only allowed to sit with her but not touch anything, while she plays! Lol

    But now I just feel guilt as she will be an only child so I want to enjoy and experience these moments with her, even though I would rather do something else.

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    Argh I hate it. My DD is obsessed with playdoh ... I hate it. I am bored in 2 seconds and start looking for other things to do. So now we make weekly trips to the grandparents because my dad loves playing with her... While I get to sit back and relax with mum haha.

    I also hate playgrounds. Those threads about bad parents who play on their phones? That's me. I get so bored so check emails and catch up on other things while DD plays.

    There are things I love doing with DD.... Baking, shopping, art stuff... But playing? No. Hate it.

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    I still play with DS though and DD especially as its part of her physical therapy. Being a sahm for almost a year has shown me that certain tasks can wait til they're in bed and these young years go by so fast

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    Yeah I hate it.
    I just.... bleegh.

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    Not at all but I feel like I have no time to amoungst the mountain of other stuff I have to get through in the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopsicle View Post
    I still play with DS though and DD especially as its part of her physical therapy. Being a sahm for almost a year has shown me that certain tasks can wait til they're in bed and these young years go by so fast

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    What sort of activities does the OT recommend?


 

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