Mummies chocolates and Swings

My eldest is a huge chocolate fan.  The second she wakes up she asks for chocolate and at night the same.  If you ask her what she wants for breakfast/lunch/dinner the usual response is chocolate or cake.  I don't let her though [yes I am a mean Mummy].  She recognises boxes of chocolates and recently has worked out how to get into them.  I thought it was my husband eating my Valentines chocolate until I saw this

sisters and chocolate

The girls had helped themselves and I am still finding chocolate from where my eldest has 'saved it'.

We went out to meet some friends for lunch today and afterwards we took the dog for a nice walk.  We are a little spoilt living here as there are a couple of nice parks close by for the kids to play in.  We had a wander to one of them to let the children play together.


on the see sawover the bridge


top of the slideswing


higherdown the slide


roundabout

I think my eldest would have loved to stay there all day.  Unfortunately though it started to turn dark and so we had to make our way on the short walk home.  

This day I love Mummies chocolates and Swings.


42 Comments

  1. awwwwh bless you have beautiful girls xxx

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  2. cute pics!....reminds me of when i was little and used to love going on the sings!

    www.prettylittledahlia.blogspot.com

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    1. i always loved the swings too, explains why my girls love them so much

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  3. I'm already a follower of your lovely blog - I'm just stopping by from “Weekend Social Mix” blog hop to say thanks for co-hosting.
    Angie
    godsgrowinggarden.com

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  4. My little boy is exactly the same. This week he stole all the jelly babies bless him.

    I LOVE the spotty tights - and yes your park looks fab.

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    1. Its chocolate with the girls, they hide them everywhere!

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  5. Your girls are darling! Now following you.

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  7. That looks like a awesome park (and who doesn't love chocolate!)

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    1. It was a lot of fun, and they are like their Mummy with a love for chocolate

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  8. The park is a great place to meet friends, so easy for the children to play together while you have an adult catch up too! You are not alone with a chocolate monster, I think I have one or two in my house. Thanks for joining in with Country Kids.

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    1. Thanks for hosting. It was great for the girls to play and just have a run around

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  9. I think you need to treat yourself to some more and pop them on a very high shelf hehe x

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    1. They are crafty and get stools to get to them, but I think I should get some more anyway!

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  10. Looks like lots of fun and mmmmmmmm chocolate!

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  11. Oh my gosh, what cuties! :-) I'm following from the I Love My Blog Post blog hop! I'm hosting a huge giveaway this week-- ad space and gift cards are up for grabs! Please stop on by!

    Jo
    www.jomygosh.blogspot.com

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  12. that park looks like a lot of fun and a great way to burn off chocolate calories lol what monkeys!!! x

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    1. They are a little cheeky, but still love them!

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  13. You're lucky it's not too cold to go to the park. The chocolate story is funny.

    I'm already following but I'm visiting from the Social Mix hop today. :)

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  14. oooh what fun x and chocolate sounds good to me x

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  15. Dreading the day Dylan starts munching my chocolates! We have been enjoying the parks a lot this week too as the weather has been so much nicer! x

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  16. oooh looks like a lovely park..looks like they enjoyed the chocolates lol xx

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  17. What great climbing frames, we're seriously missing some decent playrounds around here, just got one or two. Love the photo of your eldest one climbing between the rungs of the bridge.

    Nipping over from Country Kids

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  18. What fun photos! I wish we had a beautiful play park like that over our place.
    Coming from I love my post blog hop and new follower.

    ♥ Luanne ♥
    Crochet My Heart Blog
    "new blogger but hope you follow me too and enjoy my blog."

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  19. Your girls are adorable!!! ❤ I'm now following you from the love my post blog hop! :)
    Witchybitchymommy.blogspot.com

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  20. Great items to go on at your parks. Ours are a bit rubbish in comparison

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  21. Thanks it's a great park we have

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