This is just an attempt to carve out our own little space and not bore the people with big-person games!
I've never made it to Camp Nerdly, but have been hearing how awesome it is for years. So I'd like to try to go this year! The catch for me is that I'd need to bring my 4 year old along (my wife doesn't game at all, and Dreamation is my yearly foist-the-kid-on-the-wife event - plus, Ruth has been asking me if we can go camping some day, and there may be an inexpensive telescope in her future that won't get much use in the light-polluted Baltimore sky, but anyway).
Lots of people I like go to Camp Nerdly, so I'd actually be pretty cool with just hanging out with toddlers, chatting with people, and maybe gaming in the evening (or not). But, as any other parents know, that's waaay easier if you're not the only person there with a little one. I noticed in the main Nerdly thread that Jule Ann was planning to organize some kids stuff during the day, so really the discussion can start with:
1. Hey, Jule Ann, that's awesome, can I help?
2. Anyone else planning to come with kids in the same age ballpark?
3. Any other ideas for what to do with kids? I was thinking I'd maybe laminate some photos of leaves, flowers, and animals common to the area and we could have a nature walk/scavenger hunt. Or maybe run my "you guys are zombies, you guys are people, go for it" hack of Shelter in Place.