This board moves fast.
Now you're making me nostalgic for when I was a kid! I remember how it seemed like those lazy wonderful days would last forever. Then all of the sudden, it was August, and time to go back to school.
Europe sounds pretty cool though! Congrats to him.
I hope my 12-year-old stays interested in swim team. She's also taking baby-sitting training this summer, so I could see her getting babysitting or mother's helper jobs in future summers. So far, it's been no problem keeping her busy--but it helps that she has no interest in tv and very little in electronic stuff.;)
that's what I'm battling this summer. Dd is 12, 13 in July.
Just asking because I run out of "free" things to do with the kids:
Swimming in the pool at home-don't have a pool (kiddie one)in community-costs moneygated or township ymca-costs moneyponds, lakes rivers, ocean beaches if around-we have beaches but 99% of them cost money to get intodoing crafts-again costs moneylibrary-one of our free things :)clubs, groups, with small monthy due or no due at all-don't know much of thesecomputer games, video games-costs money some VBS-cost money
I don't mean to be down but most things DO cost money. My kids go to camp but when I am off with them we will do the library, the free zoo, the park, the free beach and maybe some shopping. Most things out of the house DO cost money. Even when we go to the free zoo there is an ice cream man there-lol!!!