I dig Camp Wannago.
A few months ago, our babysitter gave notice that she’d be taking Spring Break/Easter week off. Knowing that we wouldn’t have day care for Pumpkin, we asked my parents if they could be our childcare for the week.
They came up with a much more exciting plan. We would come go to their house inHilton Head Island,South Carolina. My parents would watch the kids while B and I worked remotely for the week. But being the fantastic grandparents they are, my folks decided to up the ante. AndCampWannagowas born.
My girls are 4 and 1, so they know nothing of camp. But here is what they learned in Hilton Head this week:
Every camp needs a flag.
Campers do fun stuff like art projects
And beach time
And wagon rides
Don’t forget the music and dancing
And it’s not camp without roasted marshmallows.
Peanut and Pumpkin had more fun than ever with their Naien and Pop. Seeing your kids sun-freckled, happy, and exhausted at the end of the day is a pretty fantastic feeling. It gives me warm fuzzies about my fabulous parents, too.
CampWannago. I dig it.
I love camp!
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