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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Bug-Out Bag For Kids!

My Little Man has heard us talking so much and seen us putting together our bug-out bags that he wants one of his own.The first thing that we have to do is find him his own bag that will be comfortable for his to use and not too big. Try not to fill it to full.

Some things that can be put into a child's bug-out bag are:




water or personal water filter. I have LifeStraw Personal Water Filter in our bug-out bags and plan on getting one just for him.

There are a few things that he is adding for making himself comfortable. He has a little solar powered radio that also has a charger on it for his tablet and kindle. Yeah, he tries to think of everything. LOL

He also is adding some maps of our area into his bag. Which was a great thing for a 7 year to think of. We hadn't even thought of it. Crazy how smart kids are.

a small knife

a whistle



granola bars

some stuff to add to bottled water for flavor, so he doesn't get bored with just drinking water!


rain poncho


small first aid kit

hand sanitizer


fishing kit

and there are sure to be some other things that he want to add. So far it is not very heavy. Could easily be carried by one of us if we had to. But, now he feels better knowing that he has his own bug-out bag.


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