As we slowly gain our life back from a very difficult time, my daughter (the maiden) and I are taking part in a challenge she found on Pinterest:
30 Days of Lists
This has been interesting activity. My daughter is always looking for activities to do with me. Because she has no close friends, I need to do things with her. However, just taking care of her on a day-to-day basis is exhausting – so if we can find something that does not require a lot of effort and we both think is fun then I am all up for it!
Just by looking at the first few days it’s easy to notice some of the challenges my daughter faces each day because of the characteristics of FASD.
- Neatness of Printing
- Layout and Structure of Lists
However, on the flip side I am gaining some insight into her thinking and mind. Some of the lists we will be coming up with are items we may never have discussed. It will be an interesting 30 days.