This is our first summer as a school-age family, so we’re taking advantage of the extra time together. It’s so much fun to do things with all three girls and not feel like anyone is getting left out. Inspired by my more active friends, I created a summer bucket list.
Often I have ideas like “It would be fun to do that sometime…” then I promptly forget whatever it was and continue with my rut routine. This way, we’ve got some visual reminders for the summer. Some are big outings, some are small summer joys. I’ll keep you posted on our bucket list adventures.
Here are some links for some of the fun things on our list:
Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead
Summer is here, bring it on!
I did something similar last summer and it definitely helped me intentional with our days. Just a forewarning; if you have any children like my first, it will be completely unacceptable to not finish the list. Towards the end of summer, when I realized that it just wasn’t going to happen, I had to “accidentally lose” the list so said child could let go and move on.