This post is sponsored by Zynga, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Motherhood presented challenges I didn’t expect before having kids. I didn’t realize I would actually have to try to connect with people, I thought nothing would change and it’d be easy to just tote the kids around in the community and connect with family/friends like I always have. Nope, it’s work! Diaper bag, are they fed, are they clean, when is nap time? Sadly, when you become a parent it’s so easy to lose that connection with people.
Zynga Words With Friends 2 makes connecting with your loved ones easier; you can play while your at school pickup/drop off, making dinner, or rocking the baby to sleeping. I’ve always loved playing games, I just don’t have the time to devote hours of getting together and playing anymore. Words with Friends gives me that connection with my loved ones and my brain gets challenged.
I’ve also struggled to set aside one-on-one time with Mason, with most of my attention on the baby, working part-time in the home, he gets pushed to the side a lot. Every once in a while we squeeze in a little time to play a game or watch a movie while baby is sleeping. We’ve loved challenging each other this summer at Words With Friends, it’s been a great way for us to connect without a baby involved and it builds his vocabulary. It’s a great educational game and he’ll be able to use some of the words he’s learned in 5th grade!