My husband's summary assessment of his solo camping trip with the badgers, from his Facebook page:
"Lessons from camping:
1) Hot dogs go with everything.
2) The five year old girl is really in charge.
3) One parent,...
Here is what I'm worrying about today:
1) My husband has taken the children camping.
2) In a tent.
3) Without me.
The camping itself isn't worrying, I suppose. My parents took my sister and I camping all...
We spent a lot of time, last week, talking about science. Which is maybe not what you would expect children to talk about during a week at Disney World, but there it is. Much of the initial discussion was provoked, of course, by Emilia’s very interesting hypothesis concerning the function and character of wishes in the Disney universe – a hypothesis that Tanner appreciated deeply, but that he felt raised further questions about wishes and about the nature of all things existing within that universe. Would all wishes come true at Disney World? A quick test – a declared wish to have ice cream for all meals – quickly confirmed that hypothesis false. And if that hypothesis was false, what did that mean for other Disney hypotheses?