One of my favorite memories growing up is going camping with my family in the summer. I remember spending all day swimming, fishing, riding my bike, playing with chalk and then sitting exhausted by a campfire at night making s'mores. Best. Days. Ever.

Before Willow was even born, we were on the look out for camping items...portable high chair, extra "outside" pack and play, you know totally normal things to be looking for. I was so excited to start taking Willow camping that she was born in October and that very next summer when she was only 6-7 Months old we started taking her. I made sure to take a lot of pictures and videos on my phone, but if this whole COVID-19 "time out" has taught me anything its that I need to take a minute to enjoy whats happening. So with that - this summer, I'm determined to take "my fancy camera" and take more pictures of our little adventures.

This past weekend the Governor (with precautions) opened up state camp grounds and we ventured to Salt Fork State Park. Its a HUGE park is Southern Ohio. Miles of nature/hiking trails, a huge state park that was packed with campers, a horse camp ground, paved areas for biking, swimming/fishing areas. You name, this place had it! We had a great weekend.