When I was growing up, kids didn’t have the constant electronic tether to their parents that they do today. It caused the inevitable problems of course – for instance, never knowing where my brother was at dinner time (and having to call everyone in the neighborhood to find out), going to the wrong mall entrance to get picked up and missing our mom, not knowing when she’d get there to pick us up, etc.
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Getting Your Camper to Write Requires Cleverness – Or Does It?
A father’s ploy to get more letters. If you wrote over a hundred letters to your four children at camp each summer, you might want to hear back from them every once in a while. You know, a quick note so you’d know your kid was OK. Having fun. Meeting new kids, etc. Continue reading ‘A Father’s Tale’
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As your camper begins his or her stay at summer camp, you are about to embark upon one of the greatest adventures of being a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, brother, sister, cousin, or friend. The adventure? Writing letters to camp of course! Continue reading ‘The Importance of Letters to Camp’