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If you’re happy and the kids are back to school, then you are not alone: sixty-seven percent of the parents believe that the children in the summer holidays is too long, according to a new poll.

A new study of 2,000 American parents of school-aged children, and found that, by the time the summer ends, or 57 percent, have been on the left for a weekend without the kids.

In a back-to-school routine does not happen overnight. It takes up almost half (49 per cent) of parents of two-to-three weeks away from the routine and feel “normal” again. The survey, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Mixbook, it was found that 77 per cent said that they would have more time to myself once school is in session, while 79 per cent said that they would have more time alone with their partner.

In a back-to-school routine does not happen overnight. It takes up almost half (49 per cent) of parents of two-to-three weeks away from the routine and feel “normal” again.
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That’s not all the parents have been getting up to while the kids are in class. Half of parents (55 per cent) admitted that they would like to watch a TV show or a movie that they don’t like to give to the kids in the neighborhood.

Other activities the parents would like from their back-to-school bucket list was a spa day (38 per cent), catching up with family and friends (34 per cent) and organising all the photos from the summer (41 per cent).

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After arranging all the photos from this summer, 73 percent planned to make a photo book of their holiday photos.

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Looking back on summer photos, you can bring up a lot of emotions in their parents. When parents were asked how they felt about the fact that it is time to go back to school, the excitement at the top of the list of the most common traps of your feelings, with 63 per cent feeling this way.

If you’re happy and the kids are back to school, then you are not alone: sixty-seven percent of the parents believe that the children in the summer holidays is too long, according to a new poll.
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One-third (37 per cent), it was apparent she was even overwhelmed with the start of the school year, while 42 per cent said they felt anxious. More than half of parents (54 per cent) admitted to feeling relieved to have some time away from the kids, and maybe the lights will come on all those annoying questions children seem to have.

When parents were asked what was the most cringe-worthy phrases to the children and said, “are we there yet?” at the top of the list, with 41 percent of the time.

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Other classics include, “what’s for dinner” (39 per cent), “when is dinner?” (33%), the “Mother up!” and “we have to get something to eat?” (30%), as well as “I don’t want to go!!!” (27%).

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This story was originally published by SWNS.

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