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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Camp In The City - WW

Last year, Pinecove Camp In The City came to our church and city. I was quite excited, but it was a bit expensive.
We went into prayer that we could afford to send the kids. If even just for them to have a camp experience.

We were able to and every morning I dropped them off, I wished I was a little kid going to camp.

They had such a wonderful time each day and got to learn more about Jesus!

It's coming again this year and once again, we are in prayer mode.

Of course when I saw it this year, I automatically dismissed it. Figuring, we wouldn't be going. Then DH asked me about it and I told him what I thought and he said, there was no reason we couldn't try and get them in, especially if it's the same price.

So they might go again this year!!!!

I know they would LOVE to go.

Did you go to camp as a child? 
Do you send your kids to camp? 



Colette is a busy mom of 2 kids focusing solely on being a mom. She hails from the Caribbean and now balances the full life of being a SAHM and dabbling in odd jobs to help around the home. She enjoys sharing her memories, hopes, food, travel, entertainment, and product experiences on her blog. Please read my disclosure 
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12 comments :

  1. I did not go. I would love for my son to go...he would't want to go on his own though yet, I don't think. He's a little cautious about things, but I don't mind. I know he'll out grow it. My daughter went the last year I was working, but it was just day camp while I worked. She LOVED it!

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    1. He is the perfect age to enjoy it.
      My kids only do the day camps, so no problem of leaving them overnight and worrying.
      I don't think me or they are ready for that :)

      But just give him time to let go right?
      Time already flies away too quickly with our babies.

      Glad your daughter had such an adventure! I think the good camps are really awesome!

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    2. We have a swimming challenge too. My son's the one who runs like he's going to REALLY jump, and then gently plops into the pool, holding onto the side. ;) He's been through several swimming courses. We'll try again when the snow lets up. One day it'll click. :) You're right though, he is the perfect age to enjoy camp.

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    3. Haha that is too funny!
      But of course one should be cautious!

      I have been wanting to put the kids in swimming lessons too. I really want them to learn.
      Just need the budget to agree during summer.

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  2. Oh, and I'm glad yours are likely to go again this year, since they liked it so much last year! :)

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    1. Thank you Rosey.
      I'm definitely praying and watching our finances for this!

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  3. That sounds like fun for them, I like the group photo :-)

    Have a camptastic day :-)

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  4. We send our boys to camp every summer. They have so much fun!

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    1. They deserve the fun, memories and all the great things they learn!

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  5. I went to VBS (for the day) as a kid... but never an actual camp.
    Hope Broxton can do this when he gets a little older

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    1. Oh yes it was a day camp for the five days :)
      Not sure I"m ready for all that over night things. :)

      Broxton will love it!

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I appreciate your thoughts - Colette

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