Camp No Limits 2012

by Jen Reeves on June 26, 2012 · 5 comments

in 2012, camp no limits

We’re attending our fourth Camp No Limits Missouri this week and as usual, it’s awesome. I’m going through HUNDREDS of photos taken by so many parents who are here with the 25 kids attending this year. It’s amazing to see. Only four years ago there were four families with maybe nine kids… It was tiny. I’m floored with this year and it’s so busy that I couldn’t take as many pictures of every kid as I’m used to. Luckily, everyone has pitched in and I’m putting together another video this year to share during tonight’s talent show.

In the meantime, I’m trying to upload as many of my pictures as I can with the crummy wifi. Enjoy this slideshow. I’ll add more as I can!

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Christine June 26, 2012 at 2:27 pm

at what age do you think Jordan started getting a lot out of going to camp? PJ is 2 and I wouldn’t have thought to go to something like that for quite a few years…but now I’m curious!

Bess, Mom of Oliver June 26, 2012 at 2:44 pm

Love the question above… I think that since Oliver will be four next summer we will be ready to go with the whole family (All 5 of us!). Also, I have a question… Does Jordan’s brother enjoy it as much as she does? Love the pictures, my favorite is that bold leap into the lake. Fantasic.

Jana Kaye Kuhnert June 27, 2012 at 2:49 pm

Thanks Jen! I hated missing this year, Tucker too. He said to tell Cam hi! He kept me busy at a basketball tourney. I hope Sam didn’t corrupt them all too much.lol Hope Jordan can make it to our NubAbility All Sport Camp too someday.

Jen Lee Reeves June 27, 2012 at 2:49 pm

Christine and Bess – Jordan started attending when she was three and a half. She was a little young and the camp was very new and didn’t have many families attending. But it was totally worth it. Jordan got a lot out of it (but had a hard time paying attention during exercise time) and I enjoyed all of the time with parents who understand. It is worth the hard work of managing a young kid.

Jen Lee Reeves June 27, 2012 at 4:25 pm

We missed you and Tucker a whole ton Jana! I sure hope we can make it to NubAbility camp soon… I hate missing the very first one… especially with so many very cool female athletes attending.

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