My wife and I made our first trip to Africa this April. After we left we said we would go back in 2020 this time taking our kids with us. This summer we got the idea to go back to Arkansas for a week or so in July kn 2019 so we can get our ski boat out and spend time with family. So when we started looking at plane tickets we realized we coul almost fly back to Africa for the same cost. (Got to love living in Alaska) So I called my good friend who is a PH and has his outfitters license @Boela (my kids call him uncle boela) and started talking about moving my hunt up a year but bring my 2 kids along and making this tip not all hunting is a must. So we are thinking hunting for 4 days maybe 5 at the max then 3 or 4 days relaxing. So after discussing it we decided April time fram next year we will go! It will be me my wife my 7 year old daughter and my 6 year old son. They will both try to get an impala or blesbuck. Then my son said he wants a warthog and I am thinking springbuck for my daughter or a impala or blesbuck so she can have both. I will be going for waterbuck with red heartebeast and bushbuck on the radar my wife wants a steenbuck or duiker and a warthog. I am thinking about surprising her with another animal but we will see since we only want to hunt for 4 days. Now am I crazy for taking my kids? They have been on multiple hunts (both on our recent caribou hunt) there is a thread on it in the usa report section. My son was on my moose hunting trip last year and my daughter used to go deer hunting with me when k was stationed in Missouri. They will be shooting either a .222 or a .243 mayb a .250 so the options are there on smaller calibers. Although I will have to help hold the gun since they are full length stocks.