7 lessons our kids learned from ‘Take Your Child to Work Day’

“Take Your Child to Work Day” can be a truly enlightening and educational experience for kids in grade school all the way up through high school.

By witnessing what goes on inside a real workplace environment, these maturing young minds can see how adults contribute to society, understand how their schooling is preparing them for a career, and begin to get an idea of what they might want to be when they grow up.

But for two- and four-year-olds like ours, those kind of realizations go way over their miniature little heads.

So here are the top 7 lessons our kids actually learned by hanging out at Daddy’s ad agency job for “Take Your Child to Work Day” – enjoy!

meetingsareboring
Meetings are usually boring.

Tossing a ball around is a great form of stress relief.
Tossing a ball around is a great form of stress relief.

As long as you have a pen and a highlighter handy, any piece of work can be improved.
As long as you have a pen and a highlighter handy, any piece of work can be improved.

Quality office chairs are crucial.
Quality office chairs are crucial.
If you need a break from your boss, just hide behind the couch.
If you need a break from your boss, just hide behind the couch.
Always put on a happy face.
Always put on a happy face.
We can’t wait for “Take Your Child to Work Day” next year!
We can’t wait for “Take Your Child to Work Day” next year!

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