Thursday, June 26, 2014

What Are Little Boys Made of?


Of course I never really bought into that saying. Girls came home from camp that day looking the same way.

Mica's went to Hummel Day Camp last week.

It's a camp geared toward wearing them out, and having fun!

I love it because it's only $95 for the week. That includes food and transportation.

I learned from last year that they come home wore out, and dirty. They go hiking, have archery, build fires, have water and mud fights, and go down a mud slide.

The photo above is from the day he was doing the mud slide.

I said, "Mica as soon as we get home I want you to take all your clothes off and put them in the washer. That includes your shoes. Then go take a bath."

He said, "Mom I don't need a bath!"

I said, "Mica you need a bath. If you could only see yourself."

Isaak said, "Ummm...ya Mica you need a bath!"

He couldn't get his socks off. They were mud pasted to his feet. His socks were white. His white underwear is now tan to. His shoes, well they used to be cool. I made him wear those because they were the most used shoes he had. I bought old shorts at the Goodwill. He doesn't have old things since he's my 1st child. I'll save this stuff and Isaak can use it when he goes to the same camp. I'm sure Mica is going to get sick and tired of these clothes. He's going to wear them every day this week. Later in July he goes to this same camp again with his cousin's school, and will wear those clothes that week to. No matter how they are washed they'll still get more and more tan.

He's having fun, and that's what I love!

9 comments:

indah nuria Savitri said...

boys will always be boys :)..and bath battle will also be in our daily agenda :)

Masshole Mommy said...

Yup. Little boys. They're messy and I wouldn't want it any other way.

~ Noelle said...

love when boys get dirty and have fun ;)

Joyce Lansky said...

That sounds like a wonderful camp experience. Clothes and bodies can always be washed.

http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-ecstasy-game.html

Harry Flashman said...

looks like a"most excellent adventure."

Theresa Mahoney said...

A little dirt never hurt :) I think the camp sounds like a blast! If it wears them out that much, fabulous!

Ai Sakura said...

Yay your back! I wondered if something happened to you since you don't usually go off blogging so long :)

Yeah no point wearing nice clothes to the dirty camps. Good idea to just keep using and washing the same ones.

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Well Hey... mud baths are suppose to be very good for you.

mail4rosey said...

The dirtier the better for camp. That means they're right in there with the action. :)

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