“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!
If you’re looking for a babysitter in the New York metropolitan area, you might want to cross Mike Francesa off your list.
He’s the sports talk radio show host who completely freaked out this week because Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy missed a couple games to spend some paternity leave with his wife and newborn baby.
Francesa clearly couldn’t fathom why any man would need to take time off from work simply because he became a father, saying stuff like “Your wife doesn’t need your help the first couple of days,” “You can hire a nurse,” and “Why would you get ten days off when your wife has a baby? You didn’t have the baby.”