I don't know how and when it happened, but my adorable daughter, who loves to crochet, cook and ice skate has become a full-fledged tween. She's only nine, but in six months time, we're going to be packing up her things and shipping her off to sleepaway camp. Not because we want her to go, but because she's asked us to send her. She's ready to spread her wings and be away from home and frankly, that's a little depressing for me.
For a child who has been away from us for no more than two days at a time, I don't know how we're going to get used to it. I know that we're all going to miss her desperately, but after sitting tonight with the director of Camp Echo
, we were literally blown away by all the things our daughter is going to experience this summer. A zip line, trapeze lessons, rock climbing, water sports, horseback riding, a rock band, video production, mountain bikes, and much much more. The photo album from the camp was so impressive that my husband and I admitted that we wanted to enroll in the program too. In fact, summer camp for working parents would be a welcomed diversion.
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