This year, Emma attended Vacation Bible School at our church. She’s only two, so basically it involved playing with toys, making crafts and singing songs. It was fun for her, but the drop-off was still hard on me.
Before I know it, we’ll be looking into sleep away camp for her. It can be a daunting task, trying to find a summer camp program that you feel comfortable with, especially if it’s an overnight one. If you are looking into summer camps for your child, you may benefit from reading this article.
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