When In Doubt.. Visit The Park {The Ordinary Moments}

Moo loves the park, which child doesn’t? If you were to give Moo an option as to where she would like to go, 9 times out of 10 it would be the park..

Since moving we have also not only upgraded in the size of living space, we have upgraded to a bigger and better park, much to Moo’s delight!



Unfortunately we have only managed to visit a handful of times, but when we do, she makes the most of it! Its always handy to have a park close by for those unexpected visits!

I am linking up with the lovely Katie at Mummy Daddy Me for her wonderful linky The Ordinary Moments

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7 thoughts on “When In Doubt.. Visit The Park {The Ordinary Moments}”

  • My three are the same Anna-Marie! We got a play frame thing in the back garden over the Summer but it still doesn’t top the park apparently!! 🙂 xx

  • It looks like a great park, and definitely always a good thing to have the park nearby – it’s my girls’ favourite place too!

  • You most definitely can’t beat the park! Even better that you have managed to upgrade to an even better one with your move. Our nearest park on our estate is quite small, but we have a couple but we have some lovely ones within walking distance. It’s great to go out and blow the cobwebs away by having a play- my girls love it. x

  • Little F is still relatively new to walking, and certainly new to running, but he loves park as well. Even more so now that he can explore at his own pace. It fascinates him so much there’s no chance of him falling asleep, no matter how tired he is, if we are walking through the park.
    The endless play in natural surrounding really begs a question what are the toys for… other than to be strewn around the whole house!

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