Running & Hiding

Most evenings at the moment, in between tea and bathtime we have been making the most of the warm light evenings and having a short family walk. It’s usually a little cooler out at that time of day so it is nice to get out of the house and get some fresh air – plus it is nice to have a bit of exercise.

We don’t generally go very far, but there is a lot of exercise going on because it is not exactly a gentle stroll. Not with Monkey around. Because his favourite thing at the moment is running and hiding. And, of course, we have to join in.

It’s great fun actually, running around trees and bushes, changing direction to try and catch each other out and shouting “Boo!” really very loudly. Then we run to the next tree and the same begins again and this lasts for a lot of our walk.

hiding

Although confined to her buggy, LM really enjoys it too, and giggles away when we jump out from behind the trees!

happy LM

I also just have to share this daft little video with you. When I was a kid these bushes had passages cut throughout them and hours would be spent playing in there and building dens. It has long since overgrown since then and I thought all of the passages were gone but found an opening so couldn’t resist taking Monkey in to hide!

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall
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6 thoughts on “Running & Hiding

  1. This looks like a great way to spend an evening, it’s great when kids find something they really enjoy and you can really take part in it too. LM looks like she’s enjoying the show from her pram too, such sweet smiling pictures. I love the little video of you and monkey peeping out the hole in the hedge, I’m sure he’ll use that little den lots as he grows up. Thansk for linking up with Country Kids.

  2. So cute Caroline and isn’t it funny how they can’t just ‘walk’ anywhere? Even if we are in a busy city centre Mads can’t just walk, it’s jumping while holding our hand. We call her our little oaf as she just is so boisterous and clumsy. The lighter evenings are definitely made for this! x

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