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Old 03-10-2008, 09:27 AM
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Originally posted by sprklbry:
My mother-in-law is taking the family on a cruise in September. I have a 4 year old girl and everyone is trying to talk me into putting her in Camp Carnival when we go. To say that I am very nervous about that would be an understatement. My daughter has a very outgoing personality so I don't think she will be scared without mommy or daddy, the problem is more from my end. I only allow family members to babysit her at home. I am very concerned with allowing her to be on a ship in the middle of the ocean with people that are not family. I am concerned on the safety of check in/check out from camp carnival and how strict they are with that and just a safety issue. Yes I know I am a paranoid mom! Can anyone help me put my mind at ease?

Everyone had great answers and I agree. I would add only 1 suggestion. At the orientation meeting tell the councelors about your concerns, they will not only explain the procedures but know that you especially want them enforced strickly with your daughter.