Theres one thing I can not stand on sunny days is being stuck in even worse on super Sunday. Any football widow will understand that one, football match after football match enough to pull your eyes out. So me and Ami were set to go to the park when who wants to join us little Son Son. So off we all set for a walk to the park sadly our nearest one is a good 20 minutes away. Asti refused to wear a coat or hat saying it wasn't cold at only 2 degrees. I on the other hand was freezing and secretly wanted to go home and sit under a blanket with a cup of tea.
We didn't make it to the park in the end but stopped off at a little beach on the way, I used to come to this beach occasionally as a child. My mum would stack up the old maclarren and off we set. Son Son gave up walking not far in to our walk he was too cold and a little bit tired.
I usually work most Sunday's so the idea of just doing something as a family can be rather rare. Even Asti enjoyed it after giving much protest about going out. He recently brought some Heeleys, if you are not sure what they are they are trainers with wheels on. Sadly he hasn't got the hang and keeps on falling over. Very funny at times but not the most practical for the beach.
After a while we couldn't feel our feet and Son Son fell in a rock pool it was time to walk home. He was so cold he had had enough which there wasn't much protest too except from Ami who wanted to go back home.
Just a post about a little walk, I really wanted to share the photos. I do love taking photos but my children don't agree they all hate the camera.
Here's some more photos from our chilly little walk. Sometimes it's the little things like that we look back on and love. The little walks but more importantly the time spent together (not watching football).
We've joined up to some linkys this week some new ones and some olds ones.
- Point and Shoot (Photography linky)
- Magic moments (great moments Linky)
Such lovely photo's and sounds like you had a fantastic day. Days at the beach are just the best :) #MagicMomentsReplyDelete
Looks like a lovely day. We live on the seaside too and love taking coastal walks come rain, wind or shine. #magicmomentsReplyDelete
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Beautiful Photos! Looks like you had a lovely walk!ReplyDelete
What lovely photos! I know I understands. But for me it's the X-Box that really annoys me most. So ridiculous! I really like the photo when Dad try to comfort Son Son. It made me cried. :'( Such emotional photo. Well done! XxReplyDelete
Looks a great family trip out - though I think I'd have been cold without a coat too, even if I was running about. And there's something about being near a beach on a winter's day, fab. #pointshootReplyDelete
I adore a beach walk on a winters day - almost more than in the summer in fact! Beautiful pictures #whatevertheweatherReplyDelete
What lovely photos, Ami is looking so grown up and thumbs down to Sonny falling in the rock pool. Totally envy you living so close to the beach xxReplyDelete
I am with you on Super Sunday ... grrrrReplyDelete
So glad you had a lovely day out .. we love beach walks like this in fact i prefer them at this time of year to summer!
Thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments
Wow you really have got some beautiful photos. Your little ones look like they're having a lot of fun and you've really made the most of the sunshine. We've had some great mild weather haven't we? You can't beat a good beach walk in Winter. Thank you for sharing your adventure on #whatevertheweather xReplyDelete
Looks like a great (cold!) trip out, those top 2 photos are stunning!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up with Point + Shoot xx
I do love a Sunday walk, I just feel like it refreshes me and gets me ready for Monday!ReplyDelete
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I love family walks too (hate watching football, actually write a poem about it in Scots, for a tv show, when I was young!). The beach looks like a great place to visit for a winter walk, although I am amazed at Asti's bravery at not wearing a jacket, I would freeze! Beautiful photographs.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for linking up your beach walk to #Whatevertheweather :) x
At the point when the children were 1 year old I have had enough and chosen to make life less demanding and less upsetting for myself. I'm from Sweden and in Scandinavia we concentrate on common sense and outline in consistently life yet the vast majority of the garments we put on our children in Sweden weren't even available here in Northern Ireland/Ireland so I took an excursion home to see what I could discover.ReplyDelete