The more you spend on entertaining a small child, the less likely they are to enjoy it

As children get a bit ‘walkie’, Free Stuff To Do becomes a must for many parents.

It’s not necessarily from meanness. It’s because of an old law of parenting that says: the more you spend on entertaining a small child, the less likely they are to enjoy it. 

The mo-money-mo-problems law only lasts for a while. 

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