Sunny play

After a very stormy weekend the sun made a very welcome appearance.  This meant we could get out and about without the need for raincoats.  My eldest wanted to go and feed the ducks and made a specific request that we go to the one with the bridge.  I had no idea where she meant but went to where I would go to feed the ducks.

I was surprised at how quiet it was given that the schools are on holiday and how beautiful and warm the weather was.  We had a lovely walk and fed the ducks as we went.  My eldest daughter then screamed in delight, I found the bridge Mummy, it was that bridge I wanted.  It seems I guessed the right place after all.

My eldest is getting more independent every day and loves nothing more than to explore.  She loves climbing too and was rather pleased when she climbed up here by herself.  

After our lovely walk we returned home to play in the garden.  The plants needed watering and whilst I left the hose unattended to go and switch the water on at the tap, the girls took the opportunity to have a water fight with each other.  They were giggling and really enjoying themselves.  A lovely way to cool down on a sunny day.

This day I love Sunny Play

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  1. Looks like you all had a wonderful day and I particularly like the water fight photos :-)

  2. Oh, that looks like a lovely day, I especially like the look of the water fight and that is an amazing tree stump! #CountryKids

  3. I do love it when I can hear lots of giggles in our garden. Water fights always seem to work. #CountryKids

  4. Hooray for sunshine and exploring the park and having water fights in the garden - let's hope it continues. Thanks for linking up and sharing their fun with Country Kids,

  5. Looks like you had a fab time!! The weather has been so lovely hasn't it :)

  6. Wow you are so right. Parks and lakes here are so full of people we need to go a bit late to have a bit of our own space! Lovely trip and love garden activity too! Water play is always fun! #countrykids


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