Updated: Mar 5, 2022
A Fatheringtogether.org* Outdoor DadChat Episode
It can be a challenge to get outside camping once we begin to have children. But there are many ways to make it a satisfying adventure for the whole family. In this Outdoor DadChat episode, I talk a bit more about why camping is so important to my family.
Whether you love camping with your family, have never tried it before, or would never do it again, please let me know your thoughts.
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To learn, practice, and implement practical relationship skills and strategies. These skills and strategies can be useful for improving father-child relationships, parent-to-parent relationships, friendships and even co-worker relationships.
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**UPDATE on the family camping trip:
The camping trip was a success! We opted for a site on a lake 2 hours away. We got in a full 2 nights, 3 days. I will admit that the preparations and initially getting out the door was full of stress. We left 3 hours later than planned and set up in the dark. But it was totally worth it!