We have many afternoons like this. We'll usually have a big fun filled day of the Zoo or something and then the next day will just be a park and chillaxing watching TV, snacking, and playing on the iPad. Lol. if your a bad parent then I must be horrendous! Lol.
Your not a bad mummy at all. This is how how we spend most afternoons. We usually do something or go somewhere in the mornings as we have more time. And then chill out in the afternoons.
Its nice to have a relaxed afternoon. I wouldn't want to be out allday, so I'm sure LO wouldn't either.
And if LO wasn't happy, I'm sure you would know about it.
Your not a bad mum in the slightest Hun me and Alfie always go out in a morning to soft play, shopping or swimming, come home and relax or go to the park for an hour. I know that if we were out all day everyday Alfie would go nuts, he loves to have a chill out time in the afternoon playing with all off his cars and watching abit of cbeebies, it's just like us really we all need to have a chill out xx
We always eat our dinner on the sofas in front of the TV!........ Me and OH are active/healthy people, in to fell running and hiking etc. We expect Tom to lead an active lifestyle and doubt he will end up how all the researchers say (short attention/overweight etc) because he eats his dinner on the sofa watching TV!!
we tend to go out morning or afternoon, sometimes a bit of both, but we do tend to spend some time chilling watching a bit of tv. So today we met up with SIL this morning and then after her nap she went in the garden for an hour then it started raining so we chilled and she watched some cbeebies before I prepared dinner. I try not to feel guilty as I do take her out at least once a day
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