You refuse to buy a laptop case, and prefer to make your own, better case from leftover fabric scraps.
You know the scientific name for every backyard animal. In Latin.
You love to play “dress up” just as much, if not more than, your kids.
You’ve opened up the back of your television for fun, just to see what was inside.
You always try to check out more books from the library than is allowed at any one time.
Having a Planet Earth marathon.
Playing a role-playing game like Dungeons and Dragons.
Making stuffed felt monster toys. A great way to teach the kids to sew!
Breaking out the costumes, and put on a play!
Plugging in the extra Xbox controller; it’s time for a family video game tournament!
"Wall-E:" It's hard to dislike this resourceful little robot's search for love.
The "Star Wars" movies: May the force be with your kids as they watch this science fiction classic.
Sherlock Holmes: No one can resist a good mystery, and Sherlock’s use of logic and problem solving is educational.
Mythbusters: Who doesn’t love super cool science experiments and those hilarious hosts?
Doctor Who: Time-travel, witty British banter, aliens, and adventure—what more could a kid ask for?
“Whatever’s logical and in the interest of all mankind, we’ll do exactly the opposite.” --Captain Kara “Starbuck” Thrace, Battlestar Galactica.
“You’re a vampire. Oh, I’m sorry. Was that an offensive term? Should I say undead American?” --Buffy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
"Oh, HONESTLY, don't you two read?"--Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
“Why you stuck up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerfherder!” --Princess Leia, “Stars Wars Episode IV: Return of the Jedi.”
“Yes, sir, Cap’n Tightpants!” --Kaylee, Firefly.
Update your blog and read what others have been writing. Connecting with other moms online always relaxes and inspires you.
Buy a big book of Sudoku puzzles. The satisfaction of completing a puzzle is second to none.
Peruse a vintage store for clothing and cosplay ideas. You never know where you might find your next inspiration.
Start a new knitting project. You can finally make that Narnia-inspired hat you’ve been itching to make!
Spend some time in the garden. Weeding, watering, and pruning plants relieve tension.