Camp happens outdoors every summer, rain or shine, cool or hot. Kids — and parents — need the same time in nature, and exposed in healthy doses to the elements, even in cool and cold temps.
Tips on how to help your children cope with disappointing cancellations due to coronavirus.
Now so many of us are WFH and full-time stay at home parents and the newness of it all has its delights and its difficulties. I look at how it’s affecting our family and want to hear how it’s impacting yours.
Science proves that fresh air and sunshine are both preventative, and healing in crisis. Make sure your kids get some every day.
We created a couple of photo galleries with some of the pics we snapped at the recent DC and Richmond camp reunions.
Today’s blog has more information on our January winter reunions/camp information parties in DC and Richmond, Virginia. Read the blog and click the links to RSVP.
Do you worry about homesickness at camp? Or about missing your child too much? These do’s and don’ts will help you prep your child and yourself for a successful summer!
Mom, if you’re afraid of sending your kid to camp you’re not alone. You might even think, “What kind of mother would do that – send her kid AWAY for three weeks or more? What will the other parents think? Or my family? Will they think I don’t love my child?” And that brings me […]
There are things learned and experienced at camp that have a positive lasting impact for kids. Namely, being tech free in a natural and supportive setting allows the child to develop into a fuller person with better relationship skills.