Summer Camp

This summer, Anna Claire and Charlie each got to go to a one week summer camp.  Charlie chose zoo camp and Anna Claire chose art camp.  Charlie’s camp was first.  The theme was “Fur, Feather, Scales, and Shells.”  He had so much fun learning about mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and more!  He had to wear his camp shirt each day and bring a snack.  They got to do several behind the scenes tours and crafts too.  We definitely call him our “little scientist.” 🙂 photo 1 photo 2While he was at camp, Anna Claire and I had fun mommy/daughter time.  We went to breakfast with my friend Angie (she even got icecream after breakfast!), went to the library, shopping, crafting, cookie baking, helping with chores(she wanted to!), and more! We even spent the morning at the zoo one day while Charlie was at camp.  We spotted him one time during the day which was super exciting!photo 1 (2) photo 2 (2) photo 3 (3) Anna Claire’s camp was a few weeks later.  She took a painting class.  She painted with water colors, regular paint, on paper, and canvas.  My favorite piece is the peacock!  She amazes me at how focused and talented she is with her artwork. 🙂photo 3 (2) photo 4 art While she was at camp, Charlie and I had fun mommy/son time.  We had breakfast together, went to the library, had a playdate with his friend Brady, went to a “Frozen” themed storytime at Chick-fil-A where he made a marshmallow Olaf, and more!photo 4 (2) photo 5 photo 3  Summer camp this summer was definitely a success!

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