Monday, 8 April 2013

A Walk in the Woods....

To round off the Easter Holidays I took The Little Fella, my Inbetweener and his cousin for a walk in the woods. 

We had the best time together.

It's the first time I had my boys up there this year because the weather has been so cold.
I have many fond memories of long walks and picnics in the same woods as a child and it's lovely to be able to do the same now with my own children.

 We got out the flask, a box of sandwiches and an Easter egg and headed off walking.

I loved listening to the two boys chatting away about 'stuff', they are so funny! 
Me and The Little Fella just strolled behind them, he fell alseep after a while.

I suppose being pushed around like a little prince will do that to you mixed up with all the fresh air!. 

It was a gorgeous sunny day and you could feel the heat on the back of your legs, I just love that feeling.

A Walk in the Woods - Footbridge


Drumboe Woods Easter 2013

Drumboe Woods - Easter 2013 Best Friends

Drumboe Woods April 2013 - Hiding

Drumboe Woods April 2013


Best of Friends - Drumboe Woods Easter 2013

Drumboe Woods Easter 2013

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall


  1. That looks like an idyllic day. I love the reference to chatting boy "stuff" mine are just the same but it is a delight to eves drop. Thank you for sharing your woodland walk on Country Kids.

    1. Thank you, it was a great day! I've loved looking through the other links on your page it's a great idea.

  2. What a clear crisp day! Lovely photos. Great to see the boys enjoying each others company I'm sure it makes for better walking when you have someone to share the fun with.

    1. Thanks for your lovely comment, they love being together and get on so well. It was so relaxed and definitely it of the best days out so far this year!

  3. Great cheeky young men! I love seeing big siblings with their little brothers and sisters and yours are no exception - love the shot of all 3 on the bench :)

  4. Thank you so much, yes that is a lovely shot, the bigger ones are great for getting the little fella to look at the camera!