Welcome to the weekend

Come Friday evening we’re usually pretty exhausted, and last week was no exception. Arthur and I had been booked up with play dates and activities every day – though we had lots of fun it maybe would have been sensible to leave us with a bit of breathing space. With my novel deadline fast approaching I was keen to get lots of writing done too, and of course that coincided with having lots of things I wanted to add to the blog!

By the time Leigh got home at about 6.30, tired and stressed by a long commute and an irritating encounter at work, we were very tempted to go to the pub. But instead we decided to go for a walk. Leigh put Arthur in the sling, and we set off up to Berry Head to catch the last of the evening light.

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Arthur loves being carried by his dada, and the stresses of the week quickly melted away for Leigh: I think it would be nigh on impossible to stay stressed with the combination of fresh air, beautiful views and baby cuddles. They carried on their bonding when we got up to the fort, examining the world around them. As usual Arthur was thrilled to be outside.

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I managed to get some mama cuddles too, though that did involve quite a bit of chasing. As Arthur gets faster we’ll definitely need to teach him about cliffs!

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As the sun began to disappear and thoughts of dinner set in Leigh put Arthur back in the sling to head home. It was lovely to watch him snuggle up against his dada, him calmed and Leigh reinvigorated by our little adventure.

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By the time we did get home Arthur had drifted off, so he even managed to fit in a power nap before we all sat down to dinner. It was the perfect start to the weekend, a weekend that turned out to be decidedly grey and drizzly – something that made me even more glad we’d made the most of that Friday sunshine!


      Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

 

10 thoughts on “Welcome to the weekend

  1. Charly Dove

    Just wonderful Sophie, I love times like this being outdoors and taking in the fresh air. Looks like such a fabulous place too, what great photos. Sounds perfect to just wander about and chill for a bit. Lovely post, thank you so much for sharing #whatsthestory

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  2. Coombe Mill - Fiona

    Quality family time in the great outdoors, a great way to de-stress from the week and a good start to the weekend. Thanks for linking up and sharing your lovely photos with Country Kids.

    Reply

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