She was scared just as you are. And maybe as a 33-year-old man, I have no real clue how to raise children. But I can tell you any of your children have an interest in the outdoors anything you do will make an impact. Start small. Get your kid’s books and movies about kids doing cool stuff outside. My two favorite books growing up were “my side of the mountain”. And “the Awesome Chicago Bulls Inside American Flag Shirt“. I loved these books because they were about young boys, just like me, who survived on their own in the wilderness. Find local parks that offer easy walking paths. Any place with a pond/stream/lake is a huge plus. Find out if there are any native American museums in your area (If you’re American, that is).
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