While I wouldn’t advise settling up a tipi on a windy day, it’s a great way to get my crew excited. The kiddos are not normally fans of pictures, and standing still or smiling on cue is not their cup of tea. However, when we asked them after church if they wanted to go on an adventure in the woods with binoculars and a tipi, they were all in. And it didn’t even involve snacks. This tipi from Knight Raven was custom made for us, light grey and tie dye, with some crochet detailing. Learn more about customizing your tipi here. It is gorgeous, so the fact that it’s not too big for the living room is actually relevant. It even manages to fit all four kids and a small family of pets, but only if the pets aren’t expected to breathe. If only all photo shoots involved a tipi and less wind, we could forgo the snacks (and tears) more often. Read more about Knight Raven HERE.