Friday, 10 April 2015

The Country Kid is Back in Action

He may now be a toothless boy wonder but he's back on top form thank goodness. My lil hero. And in time for us to enjoy the school Easter holidays.
The quickest and easiest way to share our Easter weekend with you, is to get you to watch this video below :=) Shows our Park Life Easter Sunday (which was in the evening) and Monday (which was the whole day). Aaron had lots of fun and adventures. The sky could not have been bluer, and it seems like only yesterday when I recently said Spring has started in the UK, but now I can honestly say SUMMER HAS! So soon after the clocks going forward too! We've had a whole week of 20 degrees! Been very welcome!
Would love it if you could watch on You Tube and like, comment and subscribe. I'm a tad addicted to You Tube myself currently. Seems there are heaps of Parent Vloggers on there. Something for everyone. My favourites are the Saccone Jolys, as you feel like you get to know them with every video.

So back to #CountryKids... Aaron's accident hasn't dented his fearlessness ness ness! He is still just as adventurous as he ever was (thanks be to God), although I hear myself and Daddy saying things like "be careful"  or "take it slow" or "watch out" a lot more often, which is strange given it wasn't any carelessness on Aaron's part that caused the fall, but enough of that...
He's quite a chilled out country kid though :-)
Me, Mummy, I get to chill, like truly chill, when he's playing with Daddy, or as below, just spinning around cloud watching, not that there were many. They both love that roundabout thingy. It's got no bars so you just lie on it and relax after Mummy's pushed you. As you'll also see in the vid above, we got to relax Easter Sunday and Monday too. That's the fab thing about school holidays: LOTS of quality family time. The weather has been conducive to this Country Kid enjoying the great outdoors. Looks like 2015 is officially open for business, especially now that the Solar AND the less talked about Lunar Eclipses are both out of the way. Time to start living!
What's your Country Kid been up to? For outdoor inspiration, head over to Coombe Mill's blog (or  go there in real life like I hope to one day).

I'll be adding this post to the #CountryKids linky when it opens at midnight tonight.
 Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall 

Liska xx
@NewMumOnline


13 comments:

  1. Gorgeous video just subscribed :) #countrykids

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    1. thanks have subscribed right back atcha x

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  2. Looks like you made the most of the weather. Love the chilled out photos - makes me laugh because N is just the same. Just likes to have chill out time amongst the rushing around enjoying life.

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    1. Aaron calls it laxing. He drops the re for some reason :-) x

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  3. Looks like you've had a fabulous Easter, and how lucky with the weather! Love the photo of the cloud gazing :) #countrykids

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    1. I'll have to do some cloud gazing myself won't I? :-) X

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  4. Wonderful weather and so pleased you managed to out and make the most of it. Great video, I love the look of that giant sand pit and the rope net at the park. Your gorgeous toothless little boy is growing up so fast and having such a lovely time along the way. Thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids.

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    1. You'll have to visit one day. They claim it's the best park in the South West. Love it x

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  5. Yes, the warmer weather has been most welcome hasn't it. Lovely to be able to get out and make the most of it all too.

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    1. It's the first Winter where we quite literally hibernated so it's such a welcome contrast :-) x

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  6. Looks like a really fun Easter break! Tough watching someone eat chocolate when I'm on a diet. :( #countrykids

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  7. Glad to see he hasn't let the accident hinder him, especially with Easter!

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  8. Love the time series photos and the lovely expressions on your faces. What a fab Easter! #countrykids

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