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Mar 17

Country Kids

Mouse has always been an explorer, she has never really let a little bit of nerves stop her from checking out what she wants too.

I remember being a bit shocked when she would climb whilst still only months old just so she could see better. There were times that you would avert your eyes for seconds and when you turn back she was stood on a chair or being trying to get pup the stairs to find her brother!

Nothing much has changed, this weekend we spent time at various parks and outdoor spaces, enjoying the fresh air, the sun and most of all the family time! Mouse was running, jumping, crawling and yep, you guessed it – climbing! She had a fantastic time and it reminded me what a little adventurer she is!

I hope she keeps on exploring! Do you like exploring?

IMG_9247Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

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  1. Coombe Mill - Fiona

    That’s how they learn and to know that she has that confidence and is so inquisitive is great! She looks quite small compared to the tree trunks she’s climbing on. I can say it only gets worse the older they get, sometimes I can’t bear to look when they scale high trees. Thanks for linking up and sharing with Country Kids.

  2. Rosie @Eco-Gites of Lenault

    I was always an explorer spending my childhood out all day in the countryside. The boys have inherited this trait too and with so much countryside around to explore I often lose them for ages!

  3. Fiona Martin

    Miss M has always been a climber, she’s the first to get up all the trees and climbing thing in the park before her friends, it’s great to see Mouse having fun exploring, and I’m sure it won’t stop, she’ll want to go higher and higher!

  4. Mummy of Two

    She sounds exactly like my daughter! She loves climbing and exploring things!

  5. Mary @over40andamumtoone

    Bless her, the polar opposite of my Monkey!

  6. Merlinda (@pixiedusk)

    I do love exploring and discovering new places big or small! You learn something in every trip and I am always hungry for knowledge =) #countrykids

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