New York City mothers are paying "professional organizers" up to $1000 to pack their kids' trunks for summer camp, The New York Post reports.

Barbara Reich of Resourceful Consultants charges $250 per hour and sometimes needs up to four hours to sufficiently pack all the camp necessities — including "French-milled soaps" and "scented candles."

“I talked three people off the camp ledge,” Reich told The Post. “For a lot of mothers, particularly when their child is going away for the first time, it’s very stressful. Clients will say, ‘I need to touch and feel the sheets for softness.’ ”

Dayna Brandoff, a professional organizer with Chaos Theory, already expects 15 "sleep away preparation" sessions in June.

“It’s really about bringing the feel of home to camp,” Brandoff said. “A lot of the parents that I work with want to duplicate the bedding that they have at home. They’re sending plastic boxes and shelving to give their kids more space.”

Although one could make an argument that French-milled soaps, scented candles, and the exact duplication of a child's sheet threadcount goes directly against all that summer camp stands for, what's clear here is that these kids are going to have the neatest trunks at camp. That is, until all their clothes wind up wrinkled, covered in mud, and piled under their bunk beds after day one.

See Also:

The 'Short Suit' Is Finally Going Mainstream6 Things You Should Never Borrow Money To BuyHillary Clinton Just Made The First Gaffe Of 2016Hillary Clinton's Book Is Being Destroyed By CriticsEx-KGB Major: The Russians Tricked Snowden Into Going To Moscow