It's a week of 100+ screaming children in a cafeteria three times a day, trying to write down all of their hilarious quotes, spelling things like "boys rule" with your booty as you try to enjoy your corndog, multiple applications of princess band-aids and sunscreen, cabin skits, finding love notes in your backpack, field games, zip-lining, side hugs, water balloon fights, sugar comas, archery, constant dehydration, a trip to the ER (oops), ENDLESS giggling, a plethora of crafts, rain storms and blistering sun, showering at 3 am, nightly campfire songs, med calls, rushing kids to the bathroom before it's too late, and various bedtime stories. My week of being part of the beautiful backyard bunny cabin was just the therapy I needed.
I love feeling like a part of something. I love those seven crazy 6 year olds. When I got back from the ER, they were terrified that I was going to leave again. Hazel (my best buddy) didn't let go of me the whole rest of the week. These kids have been through to much. I feel blessed to have been able help them see how special they are. They sure are special to me.
These were my awesome team that helped us through the week!
Jordyn gave everyone in the cabin 2 jell bracelets. When I got back from the hospital, she told me I was lucky I was wearing them because they are magic so they make people better again. Thank goodness I had them!
I have a hundred pictures of tiny humans that I want to insert here.....I wish I could share their smiling faces with you. Just trust me when I say. These girls are freakin' adorable.