“Moooom! You promised me you weren’t going to cry”
“*Sniff* What? Cry? Oh, Sweetie, those are just-um… raindrops.”
Sending kids off to Camp is a big step that is sometimes harder on the parents than the child actually being sent off. It’s that time where every parent gets a little over-protective. We all want to make sure that our children are safe at all times and it can get hard to keep yourself from staying up at night thinking of all the scenarios that can possibly but probably might not happen to your child.
They could go hungry (Six cases of energy bars)
They could get lost (Insert Compass and heavily disguised flare gun)
There could have an unidentifiable bug bite (Emergency Medical Kit, Bug Spray, and the “Prevention of Bug Bites, Stings and Diseases” book)
They could forget how to swim. (Hence the giant bright orange floaties, nose-plugs, ear-plugs and scuba mask)
Bears (Wait… THERE ARE BEARS!?)
So while you worry about your child’s physical safety, we’ll handle the rest.
Impromptu Dance Party! – Portable Speaker
Camp Boating trip and all the other kids want to tip over the boat – aLOKSAK Element Proof Dry Bags
They get exceedingly Home-sick – That’s when you get in your car and you drive for miles just so you can give them a big hug, tell them you love them, replenish their supply of bug spray, and make sure they’re eating enough of that nutritious, yummy camp food.