Does your child need the use of headphones to help drown out noise for sensory issues?
For Eli, it all depends on where we are going. If it is loud, we always make sure to have them handy or the poor little guy will be holding his ears the whole time.
Last Night we went to the Kansas City Boat and Sports show. They had a discount for families on Thursday night, and since it was a weeknight, we figured it might not be as packed.
When we parked the car and were ready to head in, I realized we forgot Eli’s Headphones!!!!
Now, if you your kiddo is a “headphone” type kiddo, it’s like a straight panic attack when you realize you don’t have them.
So, We just figured if we go in and it’s to much, we will just leave…. no biggie.
Guys, the place was amazing! It was so sensory friendly, really quiet actually and our whole family had a blast!
The boys each played a reality video game, they were selling the coolest swings you could relax in, and we saw all kinds of boats, fish and more.
Remember me talking about haircuts, how we love Eli’s long hair and it works for him? How others sometimes think Eli is a girl? Well, at one point two female security guards ran us down when Eli and Scott were getting ready to hit the bathroom to inform them that they couldn’t because “she” had to use the girls bathroom.
We explained he is a boy, and I turned to her and said “You know, boys can have long hair too.” She just turned her nose up and walked off.. lol!
(Carter wouldn’t smile for me that stinker 😂, But he did have fun pretending to be super strong holding this boat up!)