By GreatSchools Staff
After all of those days with a capital D — for veterans, presidents, indigenous peoples, etc. — that nobody but students and government workers remotely enjoys, parents get to “observe” other childcare-disaster holidays: teacher workdays and parent-teacher conference week.
But now there are (cue chilling music) furlough days! How foolhardy you’ve been to think you could hold down a job. The family doesn’t really need a car — or home. Clothes? You can buy more once your current wardrobe has fallen off your body in threads. In the meantime, you and your child have lots of quality time to get closer to each other, one furlough day at a time.
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