Summer is here: You want a way to cure boredom.
Maybe yours, but probably your kids’.
I am here to tell you that you don’t need a summer bucket list, painted mason jars stuffed with slips of paper with fun activities printed on them, a change of venue, or a Wheel O’ Fun.
You need one phrase to cure boredom.
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These few words (so easy to recall in time of need) have saved my kids from the brink of boredom three times: one time each, plus a second run for the one who was a little slow on the uptake. Today, I offer it to you so that you might lift the summer vacation curse that has plagued children (and their parents) since time immemorial.
Boredom, of course, will ruin a childhood. We mustn’t let children get bored.
The One Phrase That is 100% Guaranteed To Cure Boredom In Any Child Instantly and Forever:
When your kid says/whines/pouts/mumbles, “I’m bored,”
You smile your gummiest smile, rush to him with open arms and yell,
“Great! Have I got the job for you!”
How do you cure boredom in your kids?