What do you do during the summer holidays with a kid who doesn't like daycamps? A couple of years ago, he didn't complain about daycamps, but now, my son baulks at them and just wants to stay at home, where he could while away a considerable amount of time with Youtube or video games.
So, I came up with the idea of hosting our own daycamp, and inviting a couple of friends who were still around and available. And it's been really fun so far. Camp runs from 9 to 12, and they are kept busy with the activities that I plan for them, and the morning just flies by. One of the activities was getting them to start a blog and you can check out their blog and see what they've been up to here.