This is a weekly Linky to share your posts on family days out with children. If you’ve had a good day out with the kids recently then please tell all, we’d love to read about it and may even want to go there too! There’s a Family Days Linky for you at the end of this post, or you can write in the Comments section below.
I’m still taking things easy after foot surgery and the only trip I’ve been on this week is to have my stitches out! But I did write a post about a fabulous day I had with my eldest on a recent trip to Spain’s Costa Brava. We went on our first ever Instagram walk and both loved it. While I’ve had my feet up I’ve been enjoying reading about what everyone else has been up to. The Family Adventure Project have been flying like Superman on the longest zipwire in Europe at speeds of up to 70 mph – but Supermum Kirstie says she wasn’t frightened enough! Helloitsgemma has been enjoying beach life at Woolacombe Bay and has some great recommendations for rockpooling spots and places to eat.
There were some wonderful ideas for days out shared on last week’s Family Days Linky. If you’re after some outdoor experiences the National Trust is running a brand new ‘wild-time challenge‘ for children to try to complete half of the ’50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾’ over the summer. There’s a free adventure planner and tips available to download from 22nd July and if you log 25 experiences online you can claim a free National Trust family visit pass.
Have you had a good day out with your kids recently? Join in with the Family Days Linky below and inspire the rest of us. The Linky will close on Thursday evening and then another will open next Friday. This is how to take part:
1. Write a post about a family day out that you’d recommend, or find a relevant post you’ve already written.
2. In your post include a link to this Family Days post so that your readers can be inspired by everyone else.
3. Enter your post on the Linky below.
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