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Old 02-13-2015, 02:03 PM   #11
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Both our girls started camping at 4 weeks, and now are seasoned campers
They both used a pack n play that we kept in the camper, i didnt want to have to drag one from the house to the camper and then back to the camper when done for the weekend. The oldest (three and a half) has the bunk room to herself for now as the almost two year old still sleeps in the pack n play in the front closet.
We just tried to keep it as much like home as we could for their sleeping environment and that seemed to work really well.
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Old 02-16-2015, 06:52 PM   #12
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We also started camping with our daughter when she was young. I think a few months if I remember correctly. We bought a travel sized pack and play. It's not too small but definitely smaller than a full sized one. Go for start them young. Mine really enjoys camping. She is just shy of two.


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