For the last 4 years, my family has all gathered for a week in Florida.
Since we are all spread out – Texas, Michigan, Illinois, Louisiana, Kentucky, and Canada – it’s a wonderful time for us to come together and have fun.
Last year we started, what my boys hope, is a new tradition – Minute to Win It Night.
The boys loved watching Minute to Win It on tv so I thought it would be perfect for them to set up a night where everyone plays the games.
The boys spent a week of their summer, making posters, choosing teams (red team vs blue team), watching video clips, choosing the games, gathering supplies, and emailing everyone.
Take a look at how our Minute to Win It Night went.
Getting Forked – roll a quarter into the prongs of a fork – good game
Ready Spaghetti – place spaghetti noodles through a soda can, carry the can from one table to another table while holding the spaghetti noodles in your mouth – okay game
Breakfast Scramble – Take the front covers of cereal boxes, cut each box into 16 pieces, and then race to see who can complete their puzzle first – good game
Hut, Hut, Hike! – Bend over and hike toilet paper rolls between your legs and through a person’s arms 15 feet away – Hilarious game
Marshmallow Match – Throw mini marshmallows into a bucket that is on top of a player’s head – good game
Rapid Fire – Player must shoot rubber bands to knock a triangle stack of 6 cans completely off a platform – good game
I’m pretty sure good times were had by all.
To me, the best part of the night is it involves everyone in the family, kids, adults, and grandparents. Truly lots of fun.
And family, you better start training for this year – word on the street this year is that there are new games a comin’!
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