Day 11 - #30DaysWild
Having not managed to get out and about much yesterday, and having two dogs that need walking, I decided to put on out wellies and go for a walk along one of the nature trails that we live right next to.
I decided to take the Phil & Teds pram for a change as it is perfect for bumpy terrain and it meant I could push both kids when M got tired.
The nature trail is lovely and literally right across the road from us. It gives you a few routes to go on and allows you to escape the realities of life for a bit.
I was surprised to find that, at 28 months, she still fits into her 12-18 month Muddy Puddles suit which is ideal for walks like this! I am so glad we were given this suit to review as it has been used so much over the past 8 months and could last a good few more yet. It still looks good as new too and will be perfect for F when he grows into it.
It is great to be able to let the dogs off the lead without having to worry to much about them running off and getting lost. They love this route and could probably do it with their eyes closed.
It is great for M too as over the coming months we will be able to walk all the crops grow in the fields along the walk.
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