I didn't think my trip was going to take place until next year, but thanks to my husband's campsite stalking I didn't have to wait!
The kids had a run in with their first frog, meaning the first one they actually held.
Parker was a little skittish! HA, it was comical, he tried again after this leap.
Kinsley met some important people. She and Mrs. Lee bonded over her dress~
We got to ride in a 1930s bus and it was an adventure to say the least.
Kids got to learn about how hard it was to be a soldier, i'll spare you the 3 minute long video.
Kinsley met more influential people.
The KOA had a lot of really great features that the kids LOVED. This playground was great and we could see it from our campsite so the kids could go "adventure".
Parker asked about every half hour if he could go to the jumping pad.
We mined for Gems.. enter eye roll, the crap kids want to bring home. Yeah we were all so excited that but the time we got home the kids completely forgot about the Gems, so exciting.
I would say this picture is proof of a good trip. Chris and I learned right away that for us to have a stress free evening we let them fall asleep on the table bed watching a moving and then move them to their beds later.
Gettysburg was a great trip but next time Chris and I are going to go without the kids. It's still a little too much learning with too much heat for them to be interested.