If you have fire pit or a fireplace, this theme is a little easier. If not, you can pull up a video of a fire on your tv and make s’mores in the microwave. Consider having a campout in the living room. Or better yet, in your backyard! (Weather permitting, of course.) Don’t have a tent? Make one in the house out of blankets. Use a projector on a wall or a white sheet and add a movie to your evening. Get creative and have fun!
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