Okay, so we already have pretty strict screen time guidelines which make screen free week a little silly in our house (Sora only gets screen time on the weekends and we are often busy up at camp anyway) but it reminds me of when I got to stay home with her as a younger child and I love it so we celebrate anyway. It's harder for me - no TV or web surfing for a week! But it has actually been great and we are finishing our last day now.
This week we started off with Mother Daughter at camp. As always, Sora thinks this is a friends/no mom weekend but we did get some quality cabin time a few times together. I spent my morning hiking while Sora rock climbed and played. There was a tea party and other fun festivities.
We left early on Sunday to go to the Universalist Unitarian Church which we occasionally attend - (I should clarify that it is more of a gathering that feels like a church and not Christian or really any religion). The theme was poetry and Sora was dying to read her poem to the group. She was more courageous than I expected and was one of only 2 people (other than the hosts) who read aloud.
Also on Sunday, Sora got her first skate board. She has skated every day since and loves it. Kyle took her to the skate park yesterday and she is hooked. I'm sure there will be a separate skating post soon.