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Have You Made Your Summer Fun Checklist Yet?

by Tiffany in Tidbits

Summer Fun Checklist

So have you made your Summer Fun Checklist or Summer Bucket Lists yet? Pretty much everyone knows they want to enjoy the summer months and squeeze as much fun as they can from them…but how? It is always a good idea to have some sort of plan so that you know exactly what you want to accomplish and when the kiddos say they are bored you have an idea of what you might want to do. Your kids can even help you make your list so everyone has some input.

I put together the list above with some things I want to do with my family. Some are a given, like eating watermelon or reading books. Others are not as likely but certainly things we would love to do, like renting a yurt or going tubing. We already checked off some of these items this week… bowling, getting ice cream, and visiting a children’s museum!

What is on your list?

  • Ha. Nothing exciting on my summer list except… oh, let’s see.. give birth some time in late July. ;)

    I’m keeping things very simple this summer, and so far the kids haven’t minded a bit. They’re reading a LOT, and running through the sprinkler some, but other than that, they’re just chilling. I’m fine with it! I don’t want to wear myself out too much. 

    • I think having a baby is excitement enough for the summer!

  • Not yet, but I really need to, maybe I will make it pretty like that. I def know I want to enjoy the fourth this year (sick last year), go to the children museum a lot, go on a play date with a friend, have people over once a month for game night, go to the park a lot, summer bible study, go to the zoo!

  • we mostly swim, swim, and swim some more :)

  • Great list! I’ve noticed a lot of my mom friends posting lists like this to blogs and Facebook. I need to do one. There’s so much fun stuff to do in this town, and I feel like at age two and a quarter, this is the first summer Zoe really “gets it” and enjoys getting out and doing things! You’ve inspired me to do one of my own.

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