During this edition of , a new feature on North Fork Patch to reach out to moms and families, our topic up for discussion is how to organize summer activities.
Today's topic comes from North Fork Patch contributor . Jennifer, a 44-year-old writer and psychotherapist, lives with her 4-year-old son in Aquebogue. She moved from New York City to the East End of Long Island in 1997.
"For me it's about how to organize the summer so that my son is busy every day and in the most economical, summertime, take-advantage-of-the-North-Fork way possible," she said.
Jennifer mentioned activities on local farms —n Riverhead has a day camp, for instance — and summer-long programs sponsored by and the, but she was wondering how other parents are planning and organizing their childrens' blissful breaks from school.
How do you organize your summer for your family? Feel free to comment on this subject in the comment boxes below or shout out in the white box located in the upper righthand corner of the home page. Stay tuned for another chat next Wednesday afternoon.