Nature for Kids is the product of a young family in Utah — mom, dad, three little kids — who are getting their kids outdoors in a big way. The current post includes toddler rock climbing. Also: A two-part series on tent camping with kids (part 1 | part 2).

Shauna, the mom, notes that sleeping bags for kids are becoming more widely available:

Just in the past 5 years manufacturers have made more of an effort to accommodate outdoor kids. We recently purchased sleeping bags specifically made for children that are higher quality. You can spend anywhere from $30 to 100. We went mid ground and bought the Columbia Trekster Junior Mummy Sleeping Bag for $45 from It had all the features I was looking for but was still at a good price. They have other good options as well.

The blog is just starting out, but it’s showing fine promise.