My son's 10, and a day of snuggling on the couch until late morning, then some fun "lets go outside or play Wildcraft, or make foam swords, or craft a robot out of soup cans" is priceless time spent with loved ones. We did that when he had a bad experience with camp and was in a mental slump with nightmares and such for a few days. Reset him just wonderfulyl after that day "off".
but that's just my humble opinion. Hoping Others may chime in as well.
You never know but you may gain an insight into what may have sparked it off.
When my daughter was little we watched a movie about a giant snake. Her night terrors started soon after. She would wake up screaming that the snake was going to eat her. Her aunt found a small garden snake in the back yard, brought it over and introduced it to her and let her hold it. The night terrors stopped after that.
Actually I am a little concerned that his toes aren't healing as they should, I'm going to take him to the doctors on Monday. It's a bit tricky for me here because I don't really know what to expect from the hospitals, and having to deal with everything in a second language complicates communication with health experts....
Thanks for the feedback, I think Monday we will take a day out for some healing- both physical and mental.
If you son had some physical trauma when he broke his foot he could have sustained some spinal kinkage in the process.
How's he doing now Mel?
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