Boys will be boys #countrykids

Saturday is football training day for my eldest and wasnt it a lovely day. We decided to walk over to the park, its not far only about 15 minutes away. I promised Joseph, my four year old that we go off an adventure when we got there, whilst Jak was playing football.

Jak’s training lasts for an hour and a half, so we watched him train for a little while and joseph enjoyed runnung around kicking a ball about too.

 We then went on search for trees to climb, we found some great ones and Joseph really enjoyed running through the trees and pointing out runs that looked funny. We even found a squirell hiding amongst the branches of the trees, it was hard for Joseph to stay quiet while i took the photo of it but he managed it lol.

We had lots of fun and could have stayed longer but unfortunately baby was crying and we had to get home for lunch and then get Jak off to his drama lessons.

When we got home we had some spare time to plant some flowers that i bought the boys earlier on it the week. I got them a Aloe Gin and a Dragons Lair to plant. The dragons lair comes with a small dragons egg, Black Dragon Coleus and Dragon Tree seeds, plus some lava rock and red gravel. The boys hands got dirty but they had fun doing it.

They have checked their plants this morning expecting them to have flowered already but i had to explain that it takes time and that they need to look after them for them to flower.

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0 thoughts on “Boys will be boys #countrykids

  1. I know they are impatient at first about things growing but I think that makes it all the more exciting when something does happen (in our house anyway). Great pics.

    1. Thank you, they must have asked about 4 times yesterday about them growing and I caught my four year old just watching them, I asked him what he was doing and he said waiting for the flower to come out.

  2. Wow, that was lots to fit into a day! Lovely to have some milder and dry weather to take these opportunities, I bet your 3 lovely boys were tired at the end of the day! Good luck with the flowers and I hope they make it to flower in Spring / Summer. Thank you for linking up to Country Kids

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