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|FUN|a family wintery walk

 
This morning T announced that he wanted to go out on his trike for a walk, for the past 2 days it's been quite warm but raining all day and so we've spent a lot of time indoors, so I was very happy to get out, even if it was very cold.  Once we'd wrapped up warm, we set out.


T wanted to stop and look at everything!  What's that???? (a frozen puddle)  Can I stand on it?  Well when I said yes, he said he didn't want to as I didn't want him to fall over!
 

We stopped off for a little trike practice round the park car-park, although T seems to bomb around on a trike at nursery, he seems to struggle on his trike for some reason.  Although he loves going out on his balance bike or scooter, I still think he needs a little pedal practice so that he wont struggle when he moves on to a pedal bike in the summer, so we'll continue to work on it.

 
We inspected the frozen spiders webs which looked beautiful.
 

 We took a little walk over to see the alpaca's, T wanted to know why they were not cold and don't need to wear a hat!  I love how he's really observing and questioning his surroundings now.
 
 
We are lucky enough to still have a working red telephone box in the village, T has been fascinated by it ever since our visit to the museum in the summer, so we had to stop for our obligatory 'phone call'!


I'm linking in to #countrykids at Coombe Mill & #letkidsbekids 
Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

5 comments :

  1. What a lovely wintery walk. It's wonderful the way he wants to explore and question everything. Beautiful frosty spiders webs too.
    Thanks for linking #LetKidsBeKids

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    1. Thank you Karen, great linky I love joining in. Thank you for hosting

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  2. What a great post, those frosty spiders webs look really interesting. It's great that T is so inquisitive and enjoys spending the day outside getting fresh air. The red phone box here is always interesting to the kids who've never seen them nowadays so it's great that T gets to experience that at home. Thanks for linking up with Country Kids.

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    1. Thanks Fiona, didn't think we'd be able to get outside this weekend but so glad we managed it! Thanks for hosting my favourite linky!

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  3. Ohhhhh i love frosty cobwebs! I think they are just so beautiful.

    Looks like a fab winter walk x

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