The last time I checked, most parents have already opted for a Saturday night, and it seems like we are finally starting to get a real sense of how this new norm works in the UK.
However, as the new year gets underway, there are some worrying signs that parents are taking a risk and are taking their kids out to see what the big stars are up to.
As a whole, we now know that parents spend more time with their kids on Saturday nights than any other night, which is quite a lot.
The reason is that, while watching movies and TV is great fun, it also makes you feel like you’re missing out on something.
As parents, we’re always trying to make sure that we’re keeping our kids safe and have a good night’s sleep, but it’s also important to remember that we are still in control of our kids’ lives, and we have the right to make those choices.
We also have to keep in mind that watching movies on the weekends can affect our kids psychologically and emotionally.
Here are the key takeaways from our recent research: Parents spend more than 50% of their weekend with their children on Saturday, compared to the average of 33% that weekend