It's spring break! And for those of not heading out of town this week, that means we need to find stuff to keep the kiddos occupied. Otherwise, they spend all week in the same pair of pajamas, eating junk food and playing videos.
Spring break is here. It's the season of Easter, planting flowers and just having a good old time. I work every single day and when you are a parent it is 24/7. You don't stop. Being a parent is a job in itself. So, if you are in collage, for crying out loud, take a spring break.
Parents have all heard the stories about Spring Break -- the parties, the binge-drinking, the debauchery.
That's why the thought of a young daughter heading off to some exotic beach for a wild, weeklong getaway can give moms and dads nightmares.
And in today's Couples Court, it raises a question: How old should your daughter be before it's OK to even consider letting her go on a Spring Break trip
I know that the Yakima school district is on Spring Break this week. All I want to do is stay inside and play video games but my kids want to spend it all outside playing in the mud. What about you? Are you staying inside or spending it mostly outside?