With the school year coming to a close, a lot of people are talking about summer plans for the kids. Some people have booked summer camps or family vacations every single week, while others have no plans at all for their kids for the summer. A couple of parents with toddlers in year-round preschool are taking their kids out for the summer even though they have no vacation plans, and that just seems crazy to me. I seem to be the only one around here falling in the middle. I booked two long-weekend camping trips, a week of soccer camp for Tiven, and two sessions of swim lessons for her. She actually knows how to swim but our neighborhood pool doesn't offer "free swim time" during the week in the summer so this is the only way to get her in the pool on a regular basis. And it's cheap enough that I don't mind if she misses a day or two for a sleepover or playdate. We're leaving Weston in preschool (he's only there in the morning) but will pull him out for our camping trips and any other fun things we decide to do in the mornings.
Where do you fall on the summer plans spectrum? Are you a complete week-to-week scheduler, a let things happen type, or are you with me in the middle? If you had no vacation plans, would you pull your toddler out of preschool for the entire summer?