But in the past year we've seen their commitments as far as extra-curricular activities increase. From my daughters leadership in FFA and her raising animals to my sons commitment to Track and all of the practice and meets involved in that.
When they were younger we'd ALWAYS give them the choice to get Disney passes or to play sports, do scouts, do other family things like camping, etc. They'd always choose Disney. We always gave them that choice because we knew that if we were spending our weekends doing sports the Disney passes wouldn't be worth it.
But I think even more than those new circumstances, if we all really felt it was worth making the day trip down there on a random Sunday we'd find a way to do it. We always used to. Now we are struggling to find even one Sunday between now and May to head down to the parks.
And again, in addition to those circumstances there were some other medical circumstances that were out of our control which contributed to us not going to the parks much.