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    Dd is really into role playing games now eg shopkeeper and customer, teacher and child, etc i find it so boring after about 5min. The only thing I enjoy doing is crafts.
    I tell the kids to play with each other and that's why we had two kids!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    What sort of activities does the OT recommend?
    DD has right erbs palsy so its physio stretches, free floor time encouraging her to reach and stretch her affected arm, gentle weight bearing exercises with straight arms, side lying weight bearing stretches, lots of stuff!

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    Mostly yes. I like watching him play because he is so funny and I love when both boys play together and they giggle.

    Actually having to be involved though I get bored really fast. I can handle it for awhile if I'm in a good mood but poor DS1 mostly just pretends his friends are over and he is playing with them.

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    I like playing with DS but yeah after a bit it gets boring. Thankfully he is awesome at playing by himself and prefers to play with DF! Going to the park, now that is my idea of torture.

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    I love board games, seriously get a bit overzealous in them and now DH won't play with me anymore. I am biding my time till the kids are big enough to play - so excited!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    I love board games, seriously get a bit overzealous in them and now DH won't play with me anymore. I am biding my time till the kids are big enough to play - so excited!
    Hahahaha ha I'm the same, he hasn't played scrabble with me for almost 3 years! And the kids refuse to play it too. And UNO- I just have a knack for UNO!

    Re the OP- yeah, look, it's not my thing. I'd rather do craft, or give them a bunch of dress ups, or make a cake. Imaginative play is really hard and yes- boring

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    Yes. Yes I do.

    I don't want to pretend to be Doc Oc for the hundredth time, or race matchbox cars around and around and around and around.

    I do actually feel guilty about this though. They're only little and want to play with mum for so long. Before I know it they won't want to.

    I'm trying to play more with them, but eugh, it's mind numbing!

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    Omg! Yes I particularly hate playing schools. .I went to school for 13 years why oh why would I want to play schools. .oh and if I have to pretend to enjoy pushing a dolly around one more time im going to lose my ****

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    Generally yes, so glad that I am not alone lol

    I can only be a power ranger for so long hehe


 

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