Between helping them with their homework, getting them to after school activities, and making it to their games and performances on the weekends, it’s no surprise that you’re a little behind on signing your kids up for summer camp this year (and let’s not even mention the last time YOU went on vacation). But it’s not too late to get your kids into something great this summer…
…and go right along with them!
Me + Mom in Tuscany organizes combined women’s retreats / children’s summer camps open to all women (mothers, sisters, friends…), and kids ages 7-14 (your own, nieces, nephews, godchildren…), looking to embark on a life-changing Italian adventure together, in one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Women and children stay in their own separate, but nearby, luxury villas. Adults take part in activities like Italian lessons, yoga, cooking classes, and poolside lounging, as well as wine tasting, hiking, spa, and Tuscan sightseeing excursions; while kids enjoy horseback riding, ropes courses, theater lessons, art workshops, sports, and plenty of singing and games.
But the real beauty of the Me + Mom experience is when both groups come together. Women and children bond over joint trips to the seaside, artisan leather workshops, home-cooked meals with fresh Tuscan ingredients, and marshmallow roasting around the campfire. These shared immersion experiences in a new cultural environment make for memories neither will ever forget. And the best part is: they’re all organized by Me + Mom. You don’t have to lift a finger.
Two out of three of our Me + Mom in Tuscany sessions are fully booked, but we still have a few spots left from June 28 – July 5, 2014 (register here).
This summer, we’d like to invite one lucky female blogger + kid/s to write about their shared experience. We’ll cover the session cost, which includes: seven nights luxury accommodation; all meals; day trips, activities, and lessons — you take care of airfare and recounting your journey.
Interested bloggers should email: email@example.com. Please include the number and ages of the children you’d be traveling with, as well as a link to your blog and social media pages.
Good luck and we’ll see you in Tuscany!