Moms Talk: Plans For Spring Break
What are you looking forward to doing this spring?
Each week the Mentor Patch Moms Council answers a question on parenthood posed to them by readers or another member of council.
This week's question: Do you have any plans for spring break? If so, what are they?
Grandkids will keep me busy. The 2-1/2 and I are going to the Egg Hunt at Lawnfield.
Two of our grandchildren from Dayton are staying with us for a few days without their parents. So we have plans to take them and our other two elementary school grandchildren to Dave and Busters.
Tonight our grandson is having a sleepover at his house for all his cousins. All the kids are very excited for this. They are bringing their sleeping bags and I found a doggy one for the little guy. (No, I am not sleeping over there.
Hopefully, the weather will stay nice so that we can play at Garfield Park and sail kites. Then I would like to have them help me with my garden. I need all the help I can muster.
They garden at their own homes so I think they should show me their skills. This is going to be a great, interesting and fun, week.
We took the kids and some friends to Castaway Bay. It isn’t the same as sunny Florida, but was a balmy 86 degrees, relaxing and great time spent with the kids.
Other than tha,t my kids plan to sleep in everyday, relax and have sleepovers. Just a week off from the kids busy schedules is such a blessing.
We enjoyed a family moving outing to see Hunger Games this weekend, something we haven’t done in months.
We're enjoying spring break right now! It's great to just get some time to relax together, discover new things and be outdoors!
I have the week off from work and will be spending it at home with my younger daughter while my older daughter is with friends in Florida.
We'll do some local activities -- IX Center Indoor Amusement Park, Lake Farmpark, maybe a few of the museums in University Circle -- and catch up on our household cleaning.
It will be a much-needed break for all of us!
Mary Jo Stack:
Unfortunately, no plans for our family. Working all week.
Although, I will be attending the Lake County United Way thank-you breakfast for serving on one of their solutions panels. My daughter is taking her ACT this Saturday, so she has no plans other than studying all week.