• Activities
    Family,  Outdoors

    Fun Outdoorsy Activities With the Kids As A Family

    Just because the summer is over doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy some fun outdoor activities with the kids. Let’s face it; a little rain never hurt anyone! So if you’re looking for things to do on a fall or even winter weekend, here are a few activities to consider. Hiking Hiking is good exercise, and also teaches kids a number of valuable skills. Map reading, using a compass and planning out a journey are all great things to be able to know how to do. Plus with the stunning natural landscape it will give you endless photo opportunities, and it’s loads of fun too. Find a good hiking trail,…

  • Child's First Camping Trip
    Daddy Talk,  Outdoors

    Your Child’s First Camping Trip: How To Make It Special

    It seems like there are two types of people in this world. The first are the adventurous type, who will go camping in any location, whatever the weather. There are others that won’t even go camping if the weather is nice. They prefer the comfort of a warm bed and a roof over their head. This might be a controversial opinion, but I believe the reason for this is due to how they perceived it as a child. When you take your child on camping trips, you want them to remember the experience as a great one. Ideally, they’ll be asking to go again and again in the future. Unfortunately,…

  • Family Camping Trip
    Family,  Outdoors

    Keeping Kids Safe on Your Family Camping Trip

    Camping has always been seen as something that families have to experience. At least, that’s how it used to be. Although people exaggerate how much technology has kept us indoors, it’s true that kids these days seem to be less inclined to go camping. Or is it the kids? Maybe it’s actually the parents who have changed. If video games and Netflix aren’t to blame for the loss of interest in camping, what is? It could very well be the news. Think about it: the world isn’t much more dangerous that it was half a century ago. And yet the news seems to want us to think that our children…