As some of you may know, I have terrible allergies. Before I finally became pregnant with my first child, I had just begun immunotherapy. As I was near the beginning of the treatment course, it had to be put on hold. A recent event triggered a visit to the doctor which resulted in a new referral to a local allergist. As part of the work-up I cannot take the medications that make life bearable at the height of allergy season. I had hoped to postpone this until the dead of winter, but I am sucking it up and muddling through.
What kind of ask the audience is this? It just sounds like Heather whining about a little sneezing.
I wish it was just a little sneezing.
I would like some suggestions for entertaining 3 children under 6 with a minimal amount of involvement on my part. Unless I shove Kleenex up my nose, I typically have one hand available and spend a fair amount of time sprawled on the couch with a compress over my eyes. As y’all can imagine this isn’t much fun for the toddler set and I need to head off the boredom in non-destructive ways that don’t require driving. (I’m a danger on the road when I can’t hold my eyes during sneezing fits).
You know the emergency provisions I referenced recently? We’re breaking into the stash.
So, the rugrats are climbing the walls and I’ll admit to not having much patience for bored child shenanigans at the moment. So, I’m opening the floor for suggestions.
Let’s hear it, Home Eccers, how do you entertain small children when too sick to participate?
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