farm fresh air (JCB Kids Dig the Adventure)

May 26, 2015 at 6:37 am 2 comments

16-5-15 - Farm cottage_G and E looking at the Black Mountains 4B 16-5-15 - Farm cottage_black mountains view 4B 16-5-15 - Farm cottage_G and E looking at view 4B15-5-15 - Farm Cottage_E walking with hat 4B16-5-15 - Farm cottage_E walking on trunk 4B16-5-15 - Farm cottage_G and E bug inspection 4B We had a blissful time staying on a farm in Herefordshire last weekend for George’s 40th birthday. Daily ambles out to see the sheep included chats over the fence with the cows and collecting eggs from the hens for breakfast. We found bugs, a pond, sticks galore and oh, the excitement of cow pats! Such a lovely way to spend quality time as a family. 15-5-15 - Farm Cottage_boys poking cow pat 4BYou won’t find cow pat poking on any ”10 outdoor activities for the weekend’‘ list but there are plenty of other suggestions from JCB Kids as part of their Dig the Adventure campaign to encourage families to get outdoors.  Chalk drawing would certainly be in my top 5 (but then you know that from our back yard art posts). 17-5-15 - Farm Cottage chalk drawing 4B We received E’s green ‘Build It’ t-shirt and ‘Joey JCB’ hat for taking part in the JCB Kids Dig the Adventure challenge.  E loved wearing both and anyone with a toddler will know if it’s not love at first sight you’ll run out of steam trying to persuade them long before they consider wriggling into it!  The hat was nice and roomy for E’s mop of curls – he only removed it when the wind picked up and he tired of holding it on. 16-5-15 - Farm cottage_wearing Joey JCB hat 4B It was breezier than the sunshine suggested most of the weekend so E’s second JCB Kids T-shirt was only uncovered on our return home.  The ”Build It” slogan was as appropriate indoors as out as he occupied himself building lego creations while we unpacked and sorted out the washing. 20-5-15 - E in red stripey Tshirt 4B I rather liked the outtakes too – such a comedian our funny, sunny boy.
JCB tshirt collage 4B
Disclosure: We were sent these clothes from the George range at ASDA. We were not required to write a positive review and all opinions expressed are my own.

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  • 1. Jayne Hill  |  May 30, 2015 at 7:42 am

    Belatedly, Happy Birthday G🙂

    What I wouldn’t give for a head-full of curls like E’s . . . . .

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  • 2. 40 ways to celebrate | Nip it in the bud  |  July 2, 2015 at 9:25 pm

    […] birthday this year but here are a few more momentos from the one he chose – a quiet, secluded farm stay in Hereford.  He spent the first few hours in peaceful reflection gazing at the view of the Black Mountains […]

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