The week that was captured…#10 (hugs)

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It was lovely starting our week with an extra day together (Bank holiday Monday), but not so much fun having to work for some of it (the perks of working for yourself eh?). Still this week has been a classic one of April sunshine and showers. My new mac (probably the most perfect raincoat ever) has had a good battering and kept me very dry. We took Little G to her first theatre experience ‘Mrs McMoon‘ which was good fun (we even got tea and biscuits!) and we ended the week with a visit to Little G’s grandparents for brunch and another visit to the Pooh-Stick’s bridge (and this time we found Piglet’s House!). Oh and there was lots of hugging going on this week (there usually is). 

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The Week that was Captured (21st – 27th April 2014)

1. Flowers for Mummy after our walk in the rain round Stanmer Park (Monday) // 2. Snail racing with Oscar (Thursday) // 3. A touch of tree hugging with Oscar (Thursday) // 4. Seeing my lovely friend who needed a big hug…and one to go in her handbag too (Thursday) // 5. We found Piglet’s House! Another visit to the Ashdown Forest with Grandparents who happen to live very close by…hurrah! (Saturday) // 6. My father-in-law’s famous brunch…seriously delish (Saturday) // 7. Testing out the amazing SeaSalt rainproof mac on our ‘Pooh Sticks’ walk (Saturday) // 8. Because toddlers are bendy (Saturday) // 9. Little G and Jacob watching Mrs McMoon on their first theatre visit…little one has been yelling ‘Mrs McMoon’ ever since! (Sunday)

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

6 thoughts on “The week that was captured…#10 (hugs)

  1. A packed week of great fun, I particularly love the photos of the tree hugging and finding Piglets door – very cute. As nice as your new mac is I wish we could put them away and have some lasting sunshine. Thanks for linking up and sharing with Country Kids.

    1. Thanks Fiona…I know what you mean about the Mac…however it was given to me in Feb and whilst I wore it then, there actually has been quite a good break which shows we have been quite lucky…ish…until now. It’s May next week so fingers crossed! x

    1. Thanks! I think we’ll be back to Stanmer House to try out the food as it looked lovely (the fires were lit and everything). We ended up eating home made bacon sandwiches in the rain on a bench under a tree…oh the romance! x

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