Living Arrows #6 - Jumping In Muddy Puddles



How strange is it, going back to dreary weather after months of warmth and sunshine? It's now back to jeans, fluffy coats and winter hats and the heatwave already feels like a distant memory! I took this week's Living Arrow photo's on a quick walk one evening before bed. Ava wasn't suited and booted for jumping in muddy puddles (those shoes and trousers took a lot of scrubbing afterwards) but as soon as she spotted that puddle it just had to be jumped in! I couldn't say no to her because let's face it, puddle jumping is a right of passage for little ones! They cannot resist a puddle!



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9 comments:

  1. Natural for a child to explore / investigate. A way that we all learn. Wonderful to see individuals have fun learning. Maybe that is why it is often said that "Children keep us young ".

    Maybe teachers can receive a sense of self-worth, satisfaction from seeing the joy on their students faces ( when they are learning, have grasped a concept / topic, etc)

    Fun is not just for little ones.


    Rachel Craig

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  2. Best fun ever - we did exactly the same at SUNNYHURST WOODS last weekend - messy but fab

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  3. Lots of fun

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  4. Ava enjoying being outdoors.

    Rachel Craig

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  5. Water Play!

    Rachel Craig

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  6. Where there is a puddle i can put money on the fact my kids would find it and they couldnt help themselves, but jump or walk through it

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  7. Jumping in muddy puddles are every child's dream activity and why not? Clothes can be washed and it is free entertainment!!!

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  8. my daughter doesnt like jumping in muddy puddles, she hate being dirty, lovely pictures of ava

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