Collected our boys from their scouting adventure after no sleep, soaked from the rain, freezing, exhausted….you get the picture! Still they were high on adrenalin and talked over one another all the way home about the adventures of the night, which team won, who could and couldn’t light thier fire, remember their knots etc. Needless to say within an hour of being home both were asleep! Funniest thing was Felix waking at 4pm while I was cooking dinner and going to claim a bowl of cerial, swearing blind to me it was still the morning! It was the most beautiful of spring days again. Perfect for the feedrun with our new guests for the week. Domino also made a guest appearance enjoying her first tractor ride!
Sadly I was unable to follow the feed run this morning as our youngest, Clio had her first tap and ballet exams. Gutted to be missing such a beautiful day we set of for the dance studio. It was smiles all round when she came out so hopefully it was all worth it – 2 weeks till we find out. Chores on the farm in the afternoon and cooking super, clean plates all round and much retelling of scouting adventures and ballet moves!
Coombe Mill Farm Holidays. Magical for children, toddlers and babies
“Tales from the farmers wife” shares the funny and interesting happenings on our lovely holiday farm with Farmer Nick and our 6 children. A behind the scenes look on balancing family, farming, the holiday business and cooking for all.