These Are the 14 Things Your Child's Counselor Wants You to Know Before Camp Starts
I spent 12 years of my life attending and working at a sleep-away camp, and I can promise you, a Summer spent making new friends completely removed from civilization is the best thing your child will ever experience. Being a counselor, however, isn't always all fun and games. The job is a huge responsibility — you have to keep another person's child alive and happy all Summer long — and unfortunately, the one thing that never fails to make things even harder is, sadly, the parents sitting back at home.
It's a huge deal to drop off a child — your entire world — in the middle of the woods for eight weeks, and the counselors totally get that. So if you're a parent getting ready to drop off your children at camp in a few weeks, here are 14 things that their counselors want you to know to help prepare you for the Summer.