Picture of our tent that we stayed in during our trip. It was nice and roomy and had enough space for the pack-n-play, a queen airbed, a twin airbed, and all of our bags! Interestingly enough, we bought the twin airbed for Isabelle and instead one night Jason slept on it and one night I slept on it. Isabelle was not down for sleeping by herself!
Isabelle spent a lot of time playing in the dirt and getting dirty and wet! I went into the trip telling myself that I was not going to get upset about her getting dirty or her clothes being dirty or the tent being dirty. It was a good thing I practiced that before we left.
Just one of the times she was covered in mud and dirt. Here is another one.
Molly was a dream. In retrospect I wish we would have gotten Isabelle started camping a little sooner. Molly is overall an easy baby and camping was no different. I think she had a great time!
During our trip we spent time playing on the playground, going for nature walks, and sitting around the campfire relaxing. We took a TON of pictures and while I wish I could post them all, I can't! Here are a few more that I think are pretty great.
Jason and Molly. Like I mentioned before, Molly was a very happy camper!
We are so thankful for Caity Bug. Her and Isabelle have quite the amazing relationship. Cait helped us out the entire weekend with Isabelle and I am not sure we would have been able to camp without her!
Isabelle on the teeter totter!
Molly got to go down the small slide with Lauren, ride the teeter totter and swing on the swing set with Aunt Buh-Buh.
Our funny farewell picture. We took one at our last camping trip at Birch Lake two years ago and decided we must make it a tradition. Poor Isabelle was crying and was wearing the only clean clothes she had left! She was asleep in the car less than five minutes after this picture was taken!
So even though Isabelle didn't sleep that great and even though it was cloudy and windy most of the weekend, we still had a good time. I didn't get to sleep in or take a nap or just relax and read like I have done before, but I did get to watch Isabelle play football and go down a HUGE slide and throw rocks in the lake. It wasn't the same camping experience I have grown to love, but it was still pretty nice! And yes, I would do it again.