Day 20 - #30DaysWild
Before taking park in the #30DaysWild challenge I was not aware of how wonderful my surroundings are. Yes I went for walks almost every day but I did no with my eyes closed. This challenge has made me realise that I a so lucky to live here. It has made me re-explore my local area and enjoy what I have on my door step.
M has been walking for a year now, having taken her first steps last year in June. She can be a bit reluctant to walk at times (which could be because she has turned in feet which we have been referred to physio for) but when she does walk she loved to explore (and sing, loudly).
We went for a walk into town, to shops that were closed, so went home via the choo choos (which only run a few days year and were not on today) and through the nature path that runs behind the house.
I need to take my big camera out, on my own, to really get some great pictures as I just don't think the iPhone does justice to the surroundings.
This time I took F in the pram and carried M some of the way in her Tula which she loves and means I can march on for some of the time. I never give her enough credit but she walked 1 mile today which is about her average length of walk.
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