Your children won’t necessary remember all the money you spent and all the activities that they did. What they will remember is being happy and the good times they had with family and friends.
Column: Dad on Board
Character-building moments have been few for my daughter – that’s good, I guess
My daughter is headed to a faraway land where there are no mouse ears or Dole Whip
Lacking a big pile of cash, my daughter will get into school on her own merits
Bill Burke is a writer who lives in southern New Hampshire with his wife and daughter. He’s also ParentingNH’s resident Disney World guru.
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