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  1. Coombe Mill says

    What a lovely way to transform a trip to the park, dressing up and role play is such an essential part of growing up for children, we have 2 big boxes of dressing up clothes here for mini adventures on the farm. It’s lovely to see them being used. Your fireman looks just the part and that moment in the swing sounds like a very special moment in parenting. Happy New Year Helena and thank you for linking up to the first Country Kids of 2016

  2. Jenny says

    Aw, how cute is he in his fire fighting outfit! I love that it’s a proper jacket that will keep him cosy when he puts out fires too. Children are really funny when they do things at pre-school but not at home. Maybe he just gets so much dressing up at pre-school that he isn’t interested at home. O does lots of messy play, painting and baking with me at home, but his pre-school say that he is never interested in painting or baking there (although he will always eat the biscuits and cakes they make). I think it’s because he can do it at home and just concentrates on the toys he doesn’t have when at pre-school. It looks like he had so much fun being a firefighter at the park, and great that Noah had lots of fun too! We haven’t managed a park visit this year yet, been too wet. Thanks so much for linking up to #Whatevertheweather 🙂 x

    • babyfoote says

      It’s so funny isn’t it? James absolutely will not eat soup at home, but at nursery, he’ll gobble down a bowl of pea and ham – no questions asked (except, “can I have more, please?”). Crazy indeed.
      Yeah, the parks round here are very soggy. It’s been a necessity, though – got to have some outdoor air!!
      Thanks for hosting xx

  3. chloeciliberto says

    Awwww this is so adorable!!!!! I love the little outfit and so funny that it’s his favourite thing at school but he never does it at home. What a beautiful little trip to the park. Hearing them laugh and enjoying themselves is so magical isn’t it. Thank you so much for linking your adventures to #whatevertheweather. xx


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