Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Nana Camp 2011

Two weeks ago Mac went on his very first solo trip to MtP to Nana and Pops' house. Solo as in his Nana and I met half way and I dropped him off with her. I did not send him solo to MtP via Greyhound... although with gas prices, KIDDING!

He spent the week being spoiled rotten and loving every minute of it! This kid came home with a new red Lightening McQueen Car and red sunglasses to match. Here is Mac with Pops, one of the activity directors at Nana Camp, pushing Mac in his new car.



And the new shades... super style'n.


One of the really cool things about Nana camp is that they are all about relaxing and ensuring that you enjoy your stay. If you get tired of pushing yourself on your push toy car, they will step in and do the pushing for you.


They have been doing this for years, back when it was just called Mom and Dads, Dad used to push Randall and I around on our tricycles like this except back then it was a big stick and not a broom! Just another plus of Nana Camp, years of professional, hands on experience!

They are not sticklers on dress code either, anything goes. So if you want to do your early morning sidewalk chalk art class in your skivies... no problem.


Nana Camp also stresses the importance of reading and bring in seasoned professionals and story tellers during the week.


(Mac with is 2 Great Grandmothers)

One afternoon Mac was treated to a front row baton show. This is Neeley, a novice twirler at best, but she will twirl her little heart out for anyone who will watch!

Hydrating after the show.


Being Nice is a big rule at Nana Camp.



They even have fun exhibits at camp. This is the Prewitt Racing Shop where Mac got to be hands on with one of the retired dragsters.




All in all Nana Camp was well received and I think he is already looking forward to NC2012! We'll see ya down the road...

2 comments:

  1. I want to go to Nana Camp! Does she accept northerners? :)

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  2. Aww. Looks like he had so much fun. Cute photos.

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