I think its pretty awesome that Ian and Sam are able to have this time; to just be a kid, playing with other kids their age, doing games and activities, singing and dancing, and having fun in a structured environment. The best part of all is, it's technology free. No iPads, no cell phone, no xbox.
I love that they get to experience this. But boy do I miss them! The house is super quiet. And the camp photographer is not the best this year at taking photos. Fortunately I have my friends Dawn and Susanne working at the camp. They have been wonderful in sending me lots of awesome photos and videos and giving me great reports on what Ian and Sam are up to.
Reports from my spies: Sam is eating nothing but noodles for lunch and dinner. Ha! Actually one morning's breakfast consisted of 3 (!) cinnamon rolls. This bothers Jeff more than it does me. You got to pick your battles, right? As long as she is happy and eating something is all I want for her.
It's gotten to be something of a joke that Sam is eating so many noodles. Susanne asked her at one meal where are her veggies? Sam answered with "At home." Dawn saw her holding an apple and commented on how much she loves apples too. Sam replied with, "Don't get so excited, I am only holding it.". Ha! The best was when Dawn stopped her and recorded her reaction when she informed Sam of the unfortunate news that the camp ran out of noodles. The reaction on Sam's face is priceless.