Dads can be pretty silly when it’s playtime. Sometimes we can get SO into it, we take it to the next level, then chug some coffee or an energy drink and keep on plowing passed as many levels as we possibly can.
With holiday gift giving just days away, I’m sure there will be plenty of intense and highly creative father/child playtime. Personally, I can’t wait! One of the best parts of the holidays for me, is playing with my kids. But it’s also pretty rad when I get my own turn, too.
Sure I’ll play Pretend with you, son.
You are unwise to lower your defenses!
No balloon left behind!
Bath time? Nah. Bubblescaping time.
You both want to play? I got this.
Let’s play EXTREME Dodgeball instead.
On your mark, get set, GO!
I’ll show you shadow puppets!
Less virtual, more reality.
I declare World War Pillow!
Wanna see something cool? Smile…
The kid on the floor goes round round round…
Maybe I need to chill out a little. Sorry.
Let’s play toss! Sort of.
Of course it’s not just dads. It seems like parents, dads and moms, are generally a lot more involved with their kids these days. And playtime is certainly no exception.