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In a bold move, one family from South Wales decided to have a 'Yes Day', in a bid to relieve some of their two kids' lockdown boredom, and the results are hilarious:
It's safe to say that through the pandemic, while everyone has had a tough time in their own way, families with young children have had to try extra hard to keep their kids entertained.
But Hannah Simonson, 29 and her husband James, 30, really took one for the team by letting their kids control everything they did for a whole day.
As you can imagine, Poppy, eight and Charlie, three, were made up at the prospect of helping their mum and dad make a show of themselves, and gladly got stuck in.
Occupational therapy assistant Hannah posted the results of her experiment on Facebook, explaining what the kids got them to do.
Speaking to LADbible, she said: "We were watching Netflix, and they've got a new film on there called Yes Day, which is basically when the kids decide what they do. The parents would say yes, the entire day.
"The kids watched that and then asked us if they could have a 'Yes Day' - so it was their idea."
As you can see on the photos, the kids had them dressed up, with their hair and make-up ready for the day ahead.
Hannah said that at around the time when social work student James is told to wear a bra, you can see him visibly have regrets, but being a man of his word, he stuck to the arrangement.
Hannah added: "The most embarrassing part of the day was probably going to the park. There were so many families there, that were normal families compared to us.
"It was probably all the stares that we that we got whilst we were doing it. They got to tell us what to do, they had free rein of what they want us to do in the park.
"They wanted us to go on the slides, on the swings and on the spinning chair. Yeah, I think it was just the cringe factor of 10 parents staring at us thinking, 'what on earth are they doing?'."
And despite the embarrassment, Hannah thinks that it was well worth it, saying they will do it again.
She added: "Yes, the kids want to do it every month. But we've said no to every month but we said every so often, like every few months. We will do it again because we actually quite enjoyed ourselves!"
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