Working and raising a child on your own typically consumes all of your time. With having so much to take care of, it can seem like days are never long enough to get everything done. Having been a single parent to J for over 10 years, I had to learn to manage my time if I wanted to get things done in an effective and efficient way.
Summer is a fun time for kids. School is out, the days are longer and they get more time with their friends. It can also be a time for boredom to set in as their routine is turned upside down. One way many of us parents cope with this is by sending our kids to summer camp. It’s a great way to keep them entertained, give them new experiences, and help them to learn new things.
This post was sponsored by the National 4-H Council as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
The first time I didn’t go to summer camp was at the end of 5th grade. Before that, my mother had enrolled me in camp every year, and looking back, I wish I hadn’t talked her out of it that year. I gained a lot of weight over that summer due to inactivity – and unfortunately it just kept coming on.
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This is part of a sponsored collaboration with Voices for Healthy Kids, a joint initiative of the American Heart Association and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to help advocate for mandatory Physical Education In School. However, the experiences and opinions are always 100% my own as this post is written by me in its entirety.
The girls have attended a private preschool since they were each 18 months old.