My family goes tent-camping every 4th of July weekend. It’s a tradition that’s been going on for 12ish years. All 7 of my siblings make a special effort to keep that weekend open for this, because we all SUPER value the times when we’re all together as a family.
These camping trips have changed over the years. I’ve gained 3 new sisters, a strapping husband, and 5 little crazies have been added to the picture. Camping is VERY different now.
When you ask my daughters to smile at the camera, this is what they do:
I would like to report that camping with toddlers is more fun and more MISERABLE all at the same time. That’s the best way I can explain it. You could call it somewhat chaotic at times.
But this time spent with family is priceless, and everyone is so helpful and patient with the little ones.
I had a video of my 5 brothers launching a cupcake HIGH into the air with a water balloon slingshot, but I can’t find it anywhere. So you’ll just have to utilize your imagination.
We were recently given the opportunity to review a Double Bob Revolution Duallie Jogging Stroller… we said yes with a lot of enthusiasm. This thing is the Cadillac of joggers. The mountain bike of strollers.
It feels so rugged and classy at the same time. And walking on grass or over rocks is no problem at all. The front wheel even swivels or locks into place for hardcore jogging. And it’s perfect for taking walks on our acreage.
And the sisters feel pretty darn comfortable in it too. We love this thing, and would recommend it to EVERYONE. They make single and double strollers, and have all the bells and whistles. I love that I can see them if I so desire.
When we were packing up to leave, the girls voluntarily climbed up into their carseats and patiently waited. It’s safe to say they were ready to head for home.
But then about 20 minutes later, we found this.
But it wasn’t long before we found this:
DISCLAIMER: We were provided with a Bob Stroller to review, but all opinions are completely ours as always! We wouldn’t ‘steer you wrong’ (pun intended!). Thanks Bob!