As our kids get older, I find myself shuffling them around to different extracurricular activities as well as spending a lot of time “waiting” for them to be done.
- Over the years, I have found that some extracurriculars supply better waiting spaces for parents.
I’ll confess that I’ve been guilty of trying to persuade our kids to participate in the activities with the better waiting areas because there is nothing worse than sitting in a cold, dark, room for forty 5 hours every morning. One of our number one sites to take our kids is to their piano lessons because the waiting section is extremely comfortable. While our children are practicing piano, I can rest on a big couch, there is plenty of natural morninglight, as well as there’s a ductless mini chop component that I have control over. My kids have been playing piano for so long that I have a routine down. Once they meet with their piano professor, I go straight to the waiting room as well as adjust the temperature on the ductless mini chop unit. I turn the air conditioner to 74 degrees because I’ve found that it’s the perfect temperature. It doesn’t take long for the ductless mini chop component to get the room to 74 degrees as well as I’m able to relax on the big couch while I wait. Because of this, I’ve tried legitimately difficult to keep our kids interested in piano. Knowing this skill is legitimately great, however I don’t think they’ve caught on that I legitimately just prefer the waiting room most here.