We as a family love the beach, nothing makes me feel more happy than a walk along the seafront and sand in my toes. Thankfully my children follow suit (or startung too). As a child me and my sisters were forced down the beach everyday during the summer, some nights my dad would finish work and join us with chip shop chips. Those days have such fond memories and thats what I want for my children.
We live a stones throw away from the beach in the summer its glorious. on boiling hot days its a welcomed relief. Although the other week I was too hot at the beach for the first time ever. I think pushing the double pushchair from the school run done me in! The beach where we live does get too busy either which makes it perfect for the kids to explore and not get to close or too noisy to the people around us.
Although we had to leave the beach due a heavy downpour of rain. It came from nowhere and it was funny to see the beach clear in no time at all. It was nice to see Sonny enjoy the beach rather than cry all the time we are there.
Pants had a great time some kids on the beach taught him how to play cricket, which I thought was rather nice, I could here them calling out his name and encouraging him. Thats the behavior I like to see and if I saw the parents I would have commented on what lovely children they had. I think I have been at the park where the kids come and wont let anyone else join in there games!
Alot of our summer will be about our sandy toes and thats what we love. I love hoovering all the sand up because it means they have had a good time. Lets hope this lovely weather sticks around and we can have many more adventures on the beach.
aaaa we do like to be beside the seaside :) looks like a fab time was had, gorgeous pics!! #countrykidsReplyDelete
oh thanks was fun :)Delete
How lovely :) We live about as far away from the sea as it is possible in this country :( My little one cried a lot the first time we took him on a beach. He did not like the sand at all… Love the design of your blog btw :) xx#countrykidsReplyDelete
oh thank you, yes they hate it at first its taken my baby a good 10 times to get used to it!Delete
ah thats is lovely, my boys didn't like the beach either when they were younger. But they love it now. You are so lucky to live so close.ReplyDelete
yes we are so blessed!Delete
aww lovely pictures, looks like they're really enjoying themselves :) I personally hate the sand, going to take my little one soon though, hopefully he will enjoy it :) #CountryKidsReplyDelete
ha my husband was the same being from Sidcup now he lives by the sea he loves it!Delete
As a beach lover myself I can definitely see why you love it so. It's great that your children are beginning to enjoy it as much as you did as a child. Here's to a great summer and plenty of beach days ahead. Thanks for linking up and sharing your lovely photos with Country Kids.ReplyDelete
We live so far from the beach, but I love it. I'm quite envious! You're right, sand in toes and hair marks a great day :)ReplyDelete
Aww! That is lovely! We live close to a few beaches....We do love them! xReplyDelete