Not gonna lie😥We have not turned the corner to a life with a 5year old. I FINALLy found a great place to ride bikes in a vineyard with only fallen pears and pigs to worry about and...OMG the tears, the screaming and the rolling in dust. We all lived to tell the tale coz it's traumatic for everyone 😥 #outdoorkids#trytillyoufly#minibreak
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featuring the beautiful trail leading to the crater of Mt. Pinatubo 👣⛰
Varsti on jalgrattahooaeg käes, aga juba praegu võib näha rattaid, millel järel Nordic Cab, sees lapsed rõõmsalt ringi uudistamas 🚲 ☀
Valmistu jalgrattahooajaks www.nordiccab.ee või firstname.lastname@example.org
A little sand between your toes will always take away your woes. A little grass under your feet can also be pretty sweet! 😉You can’t underestimate the power of Mother Nature! #earthing Pic via @kidswhoexplore
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Can’t wait for spring and summer now, but this little dude is going to miss the snow. Luckily we’ve still got a little bit left in the Peak District this week. ⛄️❄️⛄️❄️
It's amazing what our little kiddies can do if you just give them a chance. Little Miss A took this photo of me, she has just turned 4. I think she did a bloody good job of this. She regularly takes photos and I look back through them and not many get deleted.
Not many people would let their kids play around with their expensive camera but how else do they learn? We generally let our kiddies have a go at what ever their heart desires (as long as they aren't damaging, disrepecting or annoying anything or anyone.). Which usually means them climbing huge rocks or trees, riding down hills or hanging upside down from poles or branches. As long as they aren't going to kill themselves we will generally let them go. So many people freak out about some of the things our kids do which just makes them question their abilities and confindence. Miss A who is an extremely good climber and has ninja like qualities was climbing a boulder at the beach the other day. We were about 10 or so metres away but had reminded her to make sure she was careful of her hand and foot placement and away she went. Miss A got to the top with a big smile on her face, when a lady started to freak out that she was too high and climbing by herself. The smile instantly disappeared from Miss A's face and we could see her confidence wane as she started to climb back down but not so sure footed. We called out and waved to say everything was ok and that she was fine. The lady then went on her merry way. We gave Miss A the thumbs up and the smile returned as she confidently darted back up the rock. This kid is also known to ride roller coasters on her own and is great at doing the dishes.
Broken Creek Campground, VIC