Breath of the Wild is so great :). I've been meaning to go back and replay it.
I'm in a similar boat where I have had to reorganize my game playing pursuits after having a kid. Tabletop games have unfortunately gone by the wayside. It's a bit harder to get together with friends to play now, and difficult to just leave a game open due to probing hands and paws. Sadly, there are a bunch of games sitting on our shelf waiting to be opened 😭.
As far as videogames go, I've been able to stay up a bit later and get up a bit earlier for a chance to play.
Most recently I finished playing through Red Dead Redemption 2. It is a long one but I feel like every aspect of it is a lot of fun. Thematically I find it really fun to run around as an honorable bandit, robbing the rich and helping the poor. The story and character development is also really great. I also find that it is fun just getting to wander around an experience the game as there is so much life everywhere and so many things to do.
I liked riding around on a horse so much in RDR2 that I decided this past week to pick up The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The last time I tried to play it I got bored because the game gets a bit too easy if you like to finish all the side quests. This time I tried setting it on the hardest "Death March" setting, and so far I'm finding it challenging enough. I actually find it scary when I come across monsters higher level than me, and I have to engage more of the preparation aspects of the game like picking the right oil for my weapons and potions.
Another one I'm playing on the is Pokemon: Let's go Pikachu!. I grew up playing the first Red and Blue games, and this is essentially a direct copy of them (ok yellow really but I didn't play that one) with updated graphics and mechanics. The biggest change to the mechanics is that you deal with wild pokemon purely by throwing pokeballs at them, just like Pokemon Go. I think this is more thematically correct, and a whole lot more fun than the endless grind of murdering poor little creatures in the bushes for experience.