photo of daddy and daughter wellies in muddy puddles

Close to home {The Wonderful Ordinary 15}

Last weekend, we had a quiet one, just enjoying our favourite things to do as a family and our favourite spots close to home ahead of our move (now just two weeks away – yikes!).

I’m afraid this is one of those posts that’s more for me than anyone else; a little reminder of the quiet times as a family, of a happy Saturday and Sunday spent tramping in wellies through muddy puddles, coffee in hand, enjoying spending time just us three.

The photos aren’t the most spectacular or eye catching we’ve ever taken but their simplicity sums up our lovely quiet family weekend perfectly ahead of the turbulent few weeks ahead (and no doubt lack of sleep as Little Miss adjusts to her new surrounding so).

 

We took a walk down the canal to Victroia Park for beetroot samosas at the Cafe in the Park, one of Little Miss’ favourite lunchtime spots.

 

Squelching through the mud in Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park (our all time favourite spot in the area).

See more Finding Our Feet photography on our Instagram feed, @findingourfeet.

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See more Finding Our Feet The Wonderful Ordinary posts. 

This post is part of the My Captured Moment linky from Running In Lavender

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10 thoughts on “Close to home {The Wonderful Ordinary 15}

  1. Running in Lavender (@HeleddLavender) says:

    Where are you moving to? Hope you’re doing well and not feeling too stressed. I like these posts, I often think a lot of my #MyCapturedMoment posts are more for me but it’s such a lovely way to share and remember these special times. Thank you so much for linking up to #mycapturedmoment and good luck with the move xx

  2. Lisa@intotheglade says:

    Oh I love these sorts of weekends, just being! These pictures will be lovely to look back on and remember these peaceful, family time moments. Given that mud is the best thing ever when you are little, I bet your little one didn’t think there was anything ordinary about these days at all xx

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