I've been looking at various "S24O"  blogs and websites, thinking of doing a few this summer.
Then I read a few ride reports of people doing S24O-style "tours" with young kids, and got to thinking
Hannah (4 in October) is no stranger to long-ish days on the bike. Our longest day to date was the BAD ride this year, where we did about 80km (our endurance is limited by my parenting skills more than my cycling ability). She's very excited by the idea of trying camping (which will surely start with camping in the back yard this summer). So... how about a S24O with her? How good an adventure would that be for a 4 year old?!
Needn't be long. I'm thinking <20km. Maybe <10km. Leave home after dinner, ride somewhere, camp, eat breakfast, ride home. Not sure where, but I'm not short of options.
Our biggest problem will be luggage capacity. Her seat cantilevers off my seat tube, leaving only a small gap between the seat and my rear pannier rack. Her footrests straddle the rack, ruling out rear panniers. So, the question will be... can I carry enough stuff in front panniers for a comfortable night out for a very novice camper?
I think yes. As long as my big panniers fit my front rack. Shouldn't need all that much stuff.
Bring on the warm weather!
 Sub-24-hour overnight. Micro tours. Head out one afternoon/evening, get home the next morning.