As our children grow up, we delight in taking them for big and little trips - whether it's a weekend at the shore, a week at the mountains, or big family trip to a theme park. When children get to middle and high school, planning family vacation becomes much more difficult - extra curricular activities, sports, dating, after school jobs and teenage angst all create hurdles to enjoying family time longer than dinner together on Sunday evening.
“Traveling with kids is just like childbirth. You dread the idea of delivery. Afterwards you immediately forget what you were so worried about.”
This story is true -
I check my voicemail this morning only to find this "concerned" call from my client Dr Geoff...