The Today Show brought up the question on whether parents should vacation without their kids:
A sunny beach, a cool drink, a good book, and no kids saying “Mom, watch me build this sand castle.” It’s the recipe for the perfect getaway for some. So should couples try to occasionally recharge their batteries by taking a vacation without the kids?
For every parent who says it’s crucial to spend some time away and travel without the demands of being “Mom” or “Dad,” there’s one who believes children should never be left out of a family trip or who feels tremendous guilt for leaving a baby behind with the grandparents.
And it turns out, neither travel philosophy is a hundred percent “right.”
Would you vacation without your kids? If so, is there a time frame that would cause you to rethink your POV?