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Aug 10, 2011 11:54 AM CST
Name: Lance Gardner
coastal plain Virginia
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A trip without curlers and make-up? Oh the horror of it all! How ever did you survive!? Rolling on the floor laughing
Thanks for sharing your families adventures, gardening can be lots of fun. Sorry to hear about the breathing difficulties, but it sounds like you have worked it out somewhat. Camping is almost always a fun adventure. I think I took my son on his first camping trip when he was 3, and he looks forward to it every fall now. Fortunately for me (unfortunately for him) he no longer fits in the kid carrier backpack, so he needs to do all his own waking now and still enjoys it. We just go a little slower, which is also fine for me. I am sure your little one would enjoy it, as well, especially with Mommy right there to scare the bears away.
Keep us posted on how the camping goes.
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