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1. I have the money to fly, but I'm stuck w/ a low paying job at the moment, so I may need the extra money in the future 2. 26 hrs. is a long time to drive with 2 children- 3. my daughter's b-day party is scheduled for the day we would need to leave 4. There is going to be a memorial after the funeral for local friends
Ok, don't take this the wrong way, it's simply designed to make you think...... isn't there a funeral closer to home in which you could attend? in other words, why would you go? now, if the deceased was someone of tremendous importance to you, then go. otherwise, what is the benefit? i assure you they won't come back to life if you attend.
Is there someone you can leave the little ones with and then fly by yourself? Flying that far with a 2yo and a 7yo won't seem like any less time than driving. I've flown with my daughter and hauling a little one through airports and security and dealing with flight changes, and trying to feed them and entertain them during layovers and long boring flights will not leave any of you feeling happy. They will also be miserable at the funeral. If they have to go with you, I would recommend driving. You'll be able to stop when you want, where you want, for as long as you want. You'll also have a car at your disposal when you get there which if you have any free time will allow you to reward the kids for good behavior by taking them to the National Zoo in DC. Also, it's a good idea try and save your money for a rainy day.
How close to you was this person? How close are you to the other people that will possibly need your support? Funerals are for the living, not the deceased. It is a time for everyone to get a chance to say goodbye. If there is going to be a local memorial, maybe that would be good for you. However, if others at the Sandy Springs funeral will need your support, maybe you should go. If your 7 year old knew the person well, she may need to go also to improve her grieving process.
It's really your desision, if your going to get a high paying job tag them along if not, find a close friend or relative and leave them their My choice, Tag along the 7 year old its her birthday and she will remember it but the 2 year old probobly could care less.
I'm 17 and that i've got attended 7 funerals and 14 weddings(i became the flower female in 6 of the weddings i became somewhat female). My kinfolk is quite great (twins and quads run in kinfolk) definite my kinfolk is religious!
Unless it was a very close relative why take the kids and considering you will disappoint your daughter regarding her birthday why go at all. Call, extend sympathy, send flowers. One door closes another opens
Definitly FLY we took our 2 yr old to Michigan (12 hours) and it was the longest loudest trip ever!!