Do you ever feel like you need a vacation from your family after a family vacation?
Come on, be honest. After a week away, living out of a suitcase and in a small room, doing all the things, seeing all the things, being out of your routine you can .. get on each other’s nerves a little bit. Don’t you think?
You come home “relaxed” but you still feel like you .. need a break? That was us after our recent February break, but instead of going to our separate corners of the house, we rolled up our sleeves and dug in deeper.
We returned on Family Day Weekend after all, and despite a week away with family, we were going to drive in some more. So we went skiing, and we went skating and … I didn’t do groceries… so we punted.
We dropped in to Edo on the way home from our afternoon activities and picked up the 4 for $24 Family Meal. Some beef for me, chicken for my wife, and some ninja meals for the boys (and we added on some kappa maki, because Z lives on it).
We grabbed it to go and dished it up at home as we sat around to continue the friendly familyness with an evening of board games.
We blazed our way through Monopoly Star Wars, thrilled to note that the rules have somewhat changed in this edition. Instead of bludgeoning your children into poverty and teaching them about the world of taxes and ruthless real estate, the game now ends when all the properties have been purchased.
Louis ck would be so disappointed.
We moved on to Apples to Apples, a game I have seen in my feeds for eons but had never grabbed. It’s listed as 12+, and definitely beyond the grasp of 7 year old Charlie. I compare it to a PG version of Cards Against Humanity that still brought the lolz just for getting to say Blue Footed Boobie.
Suitably fed and laughed, my wife finally tackled the mountain of laundry from vacation, while I ran out to get provisions for the week knowing we had done Family Day right.
Whether you spend some time with a board game, or out at a movie, take the spirit of Family Day and plan a date night for everyone this spring. A quick, easy, and fresh dinner from Edo fits right into any busy schedule for eat-in or take out … so why not have a couple on me?!
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