Kid's Choice Day
- The family needs to stick together
- There is a set budget
- All the kids need to be in agreement
- The kids get to choose what the family does all day!
- The grown-ups can't be involved in the decision-making unless requested
We had a blast. The kids watched a couple cartoons in the morning (including watching UNICEF's Global Handwashing Dance three times--a family classic), then we went to the awesome College Park Aviation Museum for the rest of the morning.
Then we came home and had pizza and watched Fantasia and read books. We all had a great time, and it's something that they'll definitely be looking forward to for next year. After all, it's the only other day besides their birthday when they don't have to do ANY jobs! For us, it was fun to have a relaxed vacation day, where we were not in charge of entertaining, and the kids liked talking with each other about the plan and informing us.