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  1. Children depend on you, the parent for their security. Their obedience to and trust in you would be invaluable. Train them while very young to come and obey. But don’t scare your young child about possible scary scenarios. Little children live in the “now” it is up to us to guide and protect them. They make little wrist “leashes” that will allow your children to move around and still be very near you. I used them on my 3 young children when i had to take them and my baby through a large and busy airport. I would suggest that one of the most important things to take for a young child would be it s ” security blanket/ toy. Making time to camp or hike could be helpful but i would do it as “fun”. I don’t believe you should raise children in a “fear” based home.

  2. IMO, one of the most important things is teaching kids to be QUIET. Maybe not an issue for readers here, but a huge problem for the general public. I can’t count the number of times I have been in a store and a toddler lets out a piercing, high-pitch, high-volume shriek at the top of their lungs. Often repeatedly. It’s so loud it hurts my ears.

    These kids are not in pain or anything like that; apparently they do it for fun. And the parents don’t seem to care that their kid is assaulting the eardrums of people around them.

    I long for the past when the rule was “children should be seen and not heard.” In normal times, kids making noise like that is just bad manners. In SHTF, being quiet when hiding from bad guys can be a matter of life or death.

  3. By camping I would hope you mean tent camping in what is know as a “primitive” camp site. To many people I know think of camping as driving their camper to a “camp ground” and parking it next to the power outlet and plugging it in and setting down and watching TV. We did many muzzle loading primitive camp outs with our kids. No electricity except for the water pump and all cooking was done over open fires. The kids had a real learning experience the 1st time the had to use the out house. I married someone with 2 young girls. They soon adapted to that style of camping and had a great time with all the other kids in the camps.

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