throughout the week, vs staying home so he can more enjoy his summer? The problem is, when we're home, he doesn't know how to entertain himself, and I play games with him and stuff sometimes but I can't do it all day. I offer suggestions, etc, but all he wants to do is play stupid video games all day - and I don't allow that. So he'll just sit around and whine he has nothing to do and wait till he can play his video games.
He is signed up for various summer activities btw, but they obviously aren't for every hour he is awake. Is it bad that I have a lot of errands to run and at least they get him out of the house and away from whining about not having anything to do?
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