gStories: Camping with gDiapers
Whether you’re a seasoned camper or a beginner, camping with your little one can be lots of fun. (Really!) gMum Michelle has some advice on breathing easy and letting everyone have a good time:
What motivates you to bring your son camping?
One of my biggest dreams for my son is that he continues to love the outdoors like his father, especially when I see so many children addicted to iPads, video games, and television. My favorite part about camping with my son is that it's stress-free, so we have quality time together where I don't have to worry about housework or anything else.
How do you use gDiapers when you go camping?
Our family does a lot of camping, and it's one of my favorite times to use gDiapers! When camping, we try to leave no trace. Using gDiapers makes that possible with a little one. We use our wet bags and can easily take with us what we brought with no additional garbage. Plus, we use less clothes when there's a cute diaper to show off! Ha!
Bryce exploring his campsite in style. Photo credit: Michelle Peck
What’s the one thing you definitely bring along for your son?
My son loves to travel all around the campground so a major essential for camping with him is a wagon or stroller.
Do you have any advice for parents camping for the first time?
The first time I took my son camping as a baby, I wish I would have been better prepared for bath time. Bath time is a big part of our bedtime routine, and he was so dirty that bathing was a must. He really didn't appreciate the cold open shower room at the campground! I was sure to bring a baby bath tub with me the next times.
We’re so happy gDiapers can come along on your adventures, Michelle! We can’t wait to hear how your son’s love of the outdoors continues to grow.
Parent tip: You have options when camping with Disposable Inserts. You can pack out what you packed in with a wet bag, flush them in commercial toilets (making sure to follow flush guidelines), or when permitted, you can even follow backpacker’s etiquette by digging a two-to-three foot hole at least ten yards from any water and burying it (there are lots of online sources for more details). Avoid putting them in outhouses or portable toilets as the inserts can clog their pumps. Camping with baby can be even more flexible than you thought, huh?
Do you take your gDiapers camping? Share your advice below!