Summer vacation may be over, but Holiday World is still open and worth considering as a weekend destination. In fact, if my family's experience is any guide, the prospect of smaller crowds and cooler temperatures could make for an even more satisfying experience.
As the parents of triplet boys, we've learned that even though our sons look alike, they don't necessarily share the same perspective.
“Stories are for joining the past to the future. Stories are for those late hours in the night when you can't remember how you got from where you were to where you are.” - Tim O'Brien
As the parents of active eight-year-old triplet boys, my wife and I tend to get a little nervous about school field trips. Case in point: Their elementary’s recent outing to Squire Boone Caverns near Corydon, Indiana. I have tremendous confidence in the teachers and staff at our school, and yet, it’s just so easy to imagine the phone call. The teacher’s anxious voice. The attempt at being honest, yet reassuring. The name of one of my children, followed by the phrases “separated from the group,” and “somewhere in the cave.”