by Honolulu Mother
Here’s a fairly traditional beach book list from Southern Living:
and a more ambitious list from the Washington Post:
What are you reading this summer?
by Denver Dad
In a recent thread, I talked about our issues finding a suitable “camp” or
other activity for the summer for 14-year-old DD. Some people commented
that they don’t understand why a teenager needs to go to camp.
So I’ll ask the question: what are your young teenagers doing for the
summer, or if you have older kids, what did they do when they were in the
13 to 15 range? I’m particularly interested in replies from families
where both parents work outside the home so the kids can’t get to/from
activities that are less than a full day.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a haiku post. For those who are not into haiku, that’s ok too. Feel free to use other forms of poetry, or prose.
Summer is coming
Share with us your summer plans
Kids camps? Travel? Fun!
I know Fred loves the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue but this is a tamer Totebag version. It covers (or reveals) what kind of swim wear you like, how many bathing suits you own AND all beach, pool, camping and outdoorsy stuff. If you have favorite things you bring, cool drinks you make, picnic recipes etc. let’s hear them.