Parenting can be a delicate balancing act.
Whether you are guiding your children in friendships, school, or at home, parents are always looking for this balance.
This past holiday weekend, my husband and I decided to take our family on a short “staycation” in town, visiting local attractions and spending one night in a hotel.
Our first stop was the Dallas Museum of Art – a fine institution in the art world.
There we contemplated. Observed. Pondered.
Found what the art meant to us.
We were one with the art.
At this point of our trip we were enlightened and philosophical.
And oh so bored.
We decided to change things up for our second stop.
Yes. We. Did.
We went to the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum!
Want to broaden your children’s horizons and redeem yourself in their eyes as a satisfactory trip planner?
Go here. Nothing like a few shrunkin’ heads to help with that.
As our day ended my husband and I reviewed our two museum stops and felt like we had done our job as parents and found some balance for our children.
Refined and freakish all in one afternoon, in terms of parenting, you really can’t beat that.