A Mini Adventure


Of course you don’t need to go far to have an adventure as my daughter found when she recently visited the local play park with Daddy. 

As you can see she truly loved being there even though she's so little. She tried and tested all the things it had to offer. 


From the ride on rabbit, to the swings and roundabout. 


Getting home in time for tea.


Life Unexpected



Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall
The Pramshed

Babyfoote

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  1. Life is full of adventure at this age and as you say you don't need to go far to discover it. What a lovely park to have close to home and with the warmer weather and lighter evenings it is so much easier to just hip out for a quick play. thank you for sharing such gorgeous happy photos on #CountryKids

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    1. Now that's a great idea. Thank you for commenting and sharing your thoughts. I really do appreciate it. I'd like to be able to post messages on your blog to but can't see where to comment I'm afraid. :(

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  2. Aww you really don't need to go far for an adventure. What a lovely day out with daddy. Beautiful pictures! Thank you so much for sharing with #whatevertheweather xxx

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  3. She look happy having her adventure. You're right, you don't need to go far to have an adventure outside. #CountryKids

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  4. Aww, lovely! You definitely don't need to go far for adventures! I love how little children are amazed by everything that seems so everyday to us, it's lovely to see the world through their eyes and just how exciting a park can be! Thanks so much for linking up to #Whatevertheweather :) x

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    1. It sure is lovely to take the time to do that. I determine whether to get a toy for my daughter using this method.

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  5. This is lovely, your daughter looks like she's having a great time with Daddy! Play parks are fab, it's brilliant that she tried everything, testing her sense of adventure. Thank you so much for joining us at #fortheloveofBLOG. Claire x

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    1. Thank you. I was worried she'd be a tad too small for things but with a little help she is loving the play parks.

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  6. Ah, playgrounds are brilliant, and that you've got a fantastic one on your doorstep is ace! As they get older kids get different levels of enjoyment from the park and you can visit so many times but they don't get bored!
    Thank you for sharing your trip to the park with us on #daysoutwithatoddler - see you next month! :)

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    1. Thank you for that tip definitely worth remembering.

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