So, what do we do on our weekends at home?? Well, for starters, a good breakfast. Sometimes, I even reward good behaviour by making breakfast (often apple pancakes posted on the recipe page) and we eat in it my bed while we watch a movie. This is frequently followed by dancing around the living room, and maybe even a game of laundry-ball (who gets the most dirty laundry into the hamper from how far) to get all the clothes that didn't quite make it during the week. This also works for getting the laundry from the hamper into the washer!
After all that laundry and dancing, it's time for lunch. I will admit, lunch is not always the most healthy meal here. Kraft Diner is often requested, but you can sneak a variety of vegetable in there without complaint. That also works with other noodles, and leftovers are a great choice for when you don't want to cook a whole meal in the middle of your Saturday. Puzzles, stories, and crafts (check the craft page) make up a winter afternoon, which is also a great time to get some baking done.
It is entirely possible to spend a whole weekend resting and bonding, while still getting just a few things done. Remember, if you, as an adult, feel run down on a weekend, like you just did too much, chances are your children feel the same, or worse, as they need more rest in their little bodies then an adult does.