As soon as the children were officially on summer time break, our fiance and I were already feeling upset.
- The kids kept acting too hyper, they were eating too much sugar, and they were getting on our nerves.
Every one of us kept having to send the kids out to play instead of having them play on their video games all day. Every one of us have a hoops hoop out there for them to play all they want, a swimming pool that is ready to be enjoyed, along with a swing set! I mean, what’s not to appreciate out there; Not to mention they can regularly go visit with friends and our son has his electric dirt bike he can ride around the property. I just told the children to make sure to come back in the house for some breaks from time to time. I knew it was moderate outside and I didn’t want them to be dehydrated either, so I told them all to keep a water bottle handy. I’m cheerful they at least listened to myself and others about coming back in the house for breaks, but I kept having to yell at them to keep the door shut. Our son who came in last seemed a little dazed as he was just kneeling there with the door wide open, so he got yelled at. I didn’t want all the AC to escape from the house and it already was feeling a little warm after that door was open too long. One of these days, these children will learn to keep the AC or heating from escaping the house.
Indoor comfort business