A walk in the woodlands

Hey readers,

One thing I love about Spring is the onset of bluebells and walking through the woods. As it was the bank holiday last week I decided to go for a walk in a new woodlands that we haven’t been to before.
I love woods as I am a self confessed treeaholic. I love to be in the open and feel a sense of being exposed to such natural beauty.Along with waking through the woodlands and the mass amont of bluebells. My son made me laugh when he commented, “why don’t bluebells make a ringing noise and not blue either!”
We enjoyed participating in pooh sticks which is the bestest activity to do with the kids.
We enjoyed walking along the wetland and seeing all the different wildlife. We even got to see baby ducklings. My boys loving the geese as they were so desperate for food they followed us along the path.
The boys favourite part was to be free from holding adults hands. Running and chasing each other through the woods with no limitations. Full of laughter and fun between the two brothers. It is so beautiful see there obond grow and that they are independent from us. Some people may get sad about this but for me this makes me feel proud. They are comfortable to be there own and not feel the need to always rely on an adult. They feel safe knowing we are ther but being independent to make there own choices. Being a little human being it is lovely to see there own personality thriving and just being in the moment.

Cheers for reading X

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16 thoughts on “A walk in the woodlands

  1. Finding somewhere where the children can be independent is a wonderful thing. This woods looks so beautiful and just the right place to explore without needing to hold hands, which does have the added benefit of three new up to capture the moment on camera! It looks like a perfect family walk and the bluebells are stunning. Thank you for sharing with me on #CountryKids

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  2. Beautiful photos! I, too, am a treeaholic and I absolutely love being out in the woods. Mine is still a little too small to be jetting off ahead of me, but I am so excited to see his excitement outdoors come to life. Taking kids outside is one of the best things we can do for them! ❤ Thanks for sharing #KCACOLS

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