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"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.
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Half term and our boys had some old friends round for the day. Fun and play for them and a lovely excuse for me to abandon work in favour of catching up on some mummy chat. On wondering out onto the farm to check on the boys, we found them just over the style from our deer field having a wonderful time in a grand tree climbing competition. I was mightily relieved they all made it down safely and very proud of myself for resisting the temptation to warn them off going EVEN higher, allowing them instead to trust their own judgement.
Hope you can come and support healthy outdoor play for children. From the garden to the beach, I would love you to join in with your snaps or video this week. Read more about Country Kids here
A family day out and the boys were soon absorbed in a game of 5 a-side, or 3 a side in our case! Fresh air, a football, open space and my boys are entertained, even Clio got stuck in there between her boisterous big brothers!
Everyone knows that playing outdoors and rushing around in the countryside is fun, healthy and affordable for children. From the garden to the park, woods or beach, organised clubs to family days out, children just love the freedom of the great outdoors. Country Kids is simply a chance to capture and share some of those special times and promote a healthy outdoor lifestyle.
Come and Join In.
Add your outdoor snap to your blog with the Coombe Mill badge and the title “Country Kids” and any explanation you want to share about your photo. Then add your blog post URL to the linky list below and I will feature my favourites from here on my blog, facebook and twitter site each week. The list will run Saturday to Saturday. Enter when you can in the week and I will post up on a Monday evening.
Snap of the month
My favourite each month will get a Coombe Mill Kids Cap sent out. A great way to enjoy the sun and stay safe too.
Here is my example post to start off
(badge available to grab on my blog homepage or here. Please take the embedded code below the badge and it will display the badge when you insert it on your site blog post)
Country Kids 11.10.11
Tree Climbing at Coombe Mill, my ‘princess’ is just a ‘tom boy’ at heart!
Here is the Linky to add your Country Kids photo and caption to my list and view others
Its as simple as that, looking forward to seeing your little ones country antics on the list this week.
“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.
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