Me and my girl and boy, raising awareness and acceptance of autism

The weather hasn’t been brilliant this week but we’ve still got plenty of fresh (windy) air on the school runs.

I’m linking up with Fiona at Coombe Mill with a picture from last Saturday’s post:


We’d gone to watch T playing in a football match, it was way too noisy and busy for D, so we found a little hilly bit and watched from a distance.

She christened where she was siting the “squashed grass area” and painted her nails as we were going to a SN birthday party that afternoon.

Of course, the weather has all changed this week and we’ve travelling back from a Fathers Day lunch in the rain!

Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

Comments on: "D in the “squashed grass area” #CountryKids" (6)

  1. That is a lovely spot of squashed grass!

  2. Such a shame it tipped down on Father’s Day, we managed to use our indoor BBQ hut and the kids played in the river and got soaked up and down! Lovely to have a flashback to the previous week with warmth and sunshine. It is a beautiful photo. I now want to sit in a sunny meadow and paint my nails! Thank you for linking up to Country Kids

  3. It looks so idyllic, I hope they enjoyed the party! Thanks for sharing your lovely picture of D with Country Kids.

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