My kids have been having the whole day at the farm from 18months old. If they get tired they climb into a tractor or ute and sleep while DH continues with what he's doing. I wouldn't do it while they're sick but when they're healthy it gives mum a break for the day. You can even start with half days - pick them up a lunch time and they sleep in the car on the way home.
Haha amyd I dropped DS off to dh who was on the tractor during the holidays so I could do so,e bulk cooking. I planned on leaving him for an hour as it was late in the day, after 40min dh was calling to ask me to come and get DS! So I'm doubtful he would volunteer for a whole day!
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