Camping With Friends – How to Have the Best Party Ever
Ah, the magic of the outdoors – inside. Imagine the fun of campfire, all the luxury of the tents, the canoes, all the trees, only the effort to cook that campfire dinner. Well, no more work, just the funs. With this active activity center, your child can again giggle and play in 360 degrees of pure fun, even without the physical work. The chair rotates around, and Donald Duck shines the light, makes early morning noises, and also early evening sounds. When night falls, watch your little stars spin away in the dark sky as you sit back, surrounded by the laughter and play of your child and his or her friends.
Camping with Mickey Mouse is exciting because it is more than a simple camping trip. There are also a lot of benefits for parents. For one, they get to spend some quality time with their children, sans kids, having something in common, which is the fun of camping. In addition, they also get to see something new in the world, namely the magical world of Mickey Mouse. It is a definite advantage to have both parents and children share the same activity.
It’s very important that when you go camping with your friends, you don’t talk about yourselves over each other, lest you gush about yourself over your close friends. That’s what friends are for. You should gush about how much you loved them, how much fun you had together, how funny you thought they were, etc. This is what kids remember, so be sure to give it to them.
It’s also important that you are realistic in planning your activities so that your kids will learn something from it too. For example, if you plan on fishing for the first time, then let your kids know this. Tell them that it would probably take them two days to go fishing, and then tell them that they can catch anything they want in two days. They will get excited knowing that they got to help mommy or daddy as well as their friends.
If you really think that nothing is going to happen on your first camping trip, then just pack lightly. You will be sweating a lot, carrying a lot of stuff, and getting very dehydrated. As an alternative, carry light camping gear. You can bring a tent, sleeping bag, a few camping chairs, a small table and chairs for eating, a camp stove, food, and lanterns. Also, bring along a blanket to lay down on!
When you get to camp, have your camera ready. Take pictures of everything that you see. Write them down so that you can look at them later. This will also give you an opportunity to ask your friends questions that you have not been able to ask before. Happy camping!