Today is Labor Day, a day celebrated in America to honor all of the working people and how they helped to build our country's strength and prosperity. Labor Day also represents the end of summer and is usually celebrated with summer activities. I hope you are able to relax (not work) and enjoy the day with your loved ones barbecuing, having a picnic, swimming, camping and enjoying the beautiful outdoors together.
This Labor Day is also a great time to play fun games and do activities with your little ones about what they want to be when they grow up. I recently read an article on Fatherly.com who partnered with New York Life on the Imagination Report: what kids want to be when they grow up, and I was saddened to learn that parents have less of an influence on their child’s career dreams than ever before. Parents have fallen behind TV, movies, and online streaming sites like YouTube as influencers on what their children want to be when they grow up. Therefore, I think this Labor Day is the perfect time to influence your little ones to follow their dreams, even if their dreams are to be a fairy with red, white and blue star wings!
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