Tag: Outdoors

Country Kids

As we were in the house this afternoon we all started to suffer from cabin fever, I was tired (ok, I may have had a little nap on the sofa), the kids were starting to get agitated and Daddy, well he wasn’t too bad but it wouldn’t be bad before he started to feel like …

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#Alphabetphoto G is for…….

I have decided to go for something this week that could probably have loads of different photos to represent it, but I have chosen one that I think is a good one to show what I mean! G is for Giggles. We love Giggles in our house, giggling over something daft that no-one but us …

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Country Kids

  A Country Kids from the Garden Checking out the garden, Seeing what we can find looking for nature and Bugs of all kind. Lots of mud to dig in and adventures to have. Jumping in puddles and Needing a bath. We find a small snail and the kids name him Sid Then the day ends, But we loved all we …

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Sunday Photo

The Alphabet Project – B is for….

……..Brolly! I know that is not the official word for them, but whoever says ‘I need an umbrella’, well at least I don’t, I always say ‘my Brolly’! So here is my photo for the PodCast.com Alphabet Project this week! I took this photo on Skegness beach, we had headed there with an 18 month …

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The Alphabet Project – A is for….

The lovely Charly at PODcast has started a fab new Linky which follows the Alphabet! This is the first week and so that means that the letter is A. So, here goes; A is for……………………. …….Amphibian!  In this case, a frog! Okay, so it is not a real one, it is a giant wooden one, …

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What’s the Story?

I love taking photos and I love close up shots. A couple of years ago I decided to pop out into the rain in our yard and see if I could get some photos of rain drops and rain on things. As I was looking around I noticed a little fella hiding under the garden …

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Silent Sunday and #MySundayPhoto

Bank Holiday with Morrisons #MorrisonsMum

What does the Bank Holiday mean in your house? Here it tends to mean family time, food, time with friends, food and chilling out with food! We try to fill it with quality time and fun and this does often mean a need for quick meals, cheap meals or meals that feed more than just …

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A bit of Gardening #countrykids

Last week I had a day where I finished work at lunch and got to pick Mouse up from pre-school. We had a lovely walk back looking at the flowers and the butterflies we saw along the way. Once we were home we headed straight for the back garden as it was so bright and …

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