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    Quote Originally Posted by BoxerDogLover View Post
    We will be camping when DS is 5 months,I see nothing wrong with it. Just be cautious of extreme heat, maybe try and put up the tent in shade, invest in a mozzie net and mozzie coils at night. Be mindful of other campers, they are on holiday too and don't want to be woken every couple of hours by a baby. Also as pp said if you are bottle feeding how will you sterilise bottles and is there clean water available.
    uhh sorry but i couldn't give two hoots, its a baby and honestly society needs to stop expecting everyone to work around the adults and their levels of convenience our youngsters deserve way more consideration. if i have to put up with drunken loud conversations as they have a party waking my child/ baby, or their children running everywhere not caring what they're interrupting or if they're running in front of something/ being rude or inconsiderate at an age where they should know better they can tolerate my infant voicing their need for something..

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    Default Camping with newborn

    Luckily my baby is pretty placid, she only cries if she has wind or is over tired. I'll be able to just take her for a walk in the sling to calm her though I'm breast feeding so that cuts out the sterilising/clean water issues. Yay for boobs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummykitty View Post
    uhh sorry but i couldn't give two hoots, its a baby and honestly society needs to stop expecting everyone to work around the adults and their levels of convenience our youngsters deserve way more consideration. if i have to put up with drunken loud conversations as they have a party waking my child/ baby, or their children running everywhere not caring what they're interrupting or if they're running in front of something/ being rude or inconsiderate at an age where they should know better they can tolerate my infant voicing their need for something..
    I see your point if they are loud and inconsiderate themselves, but what if they are a lovely quiet couple enjoying a few nights together? Not everybody are drunken party animals or have screaming children. Alot of elderly couples go camping too. If I were camping and you plonked your tent right near mine and your baby was crying all night and keeping me awake, that would **** me off when I have paid money for a relaxing holiday.

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    Default Re: Camping with newborn

    We took the girls camping when dd2 was 6 months and 10 months. I didn't find it difficult at all. We had a great time

    She was a very easy going baby though which i am sure helped.


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