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Happy campers

Christopher is thrilled to be a Boy Scout and especially loves going on camp outs with his dad. This was before they left on their last camp out to Pedernales. Notice Kelly breaking into the treats before they even leave. This could be counted as his after school snack.While there, Christopher was playing cops and robbers with their youthful, enthusiastic new Scoutmaster and the other boys, and fell into a tree and came home with a scrape on his forehead that he got to tell everyone at school about the next Monday. It was an impressive battle wound that he was proud to have. Luckily, it's clearing up well.
They took a lot of pictures up at the campsite, but Kelly uses his camera and I never see the pictures, so here's all I've got for you.
I'm so thankful for James, Christopher's Scoutmaster, and his awesome leader, Jonathan. They have really made a huge impression on my son, and being a Boy Scout is seriously his favorite activity.

Comments

Lonna said…
I am so glad that Christopher had a great time and enjoys scouts. I know that James will be so happy to hear that, he is not really feeling the love from too many parents. This will totally make his day.
~ Tina said…
That's fun they do those types of things together - great memories!
Bobbi said…
I love the things boys learn in Scouts, and even better that they do it with their dads.
ninnies said…
hahahahahahahahahahahahaha
Dad's face in the first picture...is....hilarious! ^_^
Kelly said…
Lindsey, that's because I told him to smile and he had a chunk of Rice Krispy Treat in his cheek. I'm sure he would rather not be posing for me.
Maryanne said…
Ha ha...I was wondering what was in Kelly's mouth. Mystery solved!

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