Keilah is a content marketer and writer with a background in SEO. She has written and produced content for a variety of clients in industries ranging from travel to business. She's a San Diego local with roots in the Pacific Northwest who's always ready for a road trip and would never pass up a good hike with her dog.
Moments like this make the chaos of packing for a family with children in tow worth it. The good news: there are printable packing guides that can help you and your kids stay organized when packing for a weekend getaway in the mountains.
Once you’re surrounded by nature, it’s time to bust out the animal tracks explorer cards. These printables teach kids about common animal tracks to look out for, how to spot them and fun facts about the critters. Print and cut them out, then place them on a lanyard, so you kiddos can run around in search of the tracks without losing their cards.
Starting your trip on the right food by intentionally packing can result in a smoother family camping trip. Challenges are bound to surface on any camping trip, but a little preparation goes along way to help make the experience one for the books.
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David B. Younger, Ph.D. is the creator of Love After Kids, for couples that have grown apart since having children. He is a clinical psychologist and couples therapist with a web-based private practice and lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, 14-year-old son, 5-year-old daughter and 7-year-old toy poodle.