Celebrating the Daddies at Bourton-on-the-Water
As this past weekend celebrated the day of the Fathers (sounds like an event taken straight from Game of Thrones), Mr J, Archie and I decided to go out for the day to the beautiful Bourton-on-the-Water with my parents. It's somewhere I've visited so many times, from childhood to now but I never bore of; there's nothing nicer than pottering around a beautiful village and being as touristy as possible. We visited the motor & toy museum with A for the first time (which he, as an avid Hot Wheels fanatic, loved), stuffed our faces with good food and ice-cream and somehow didn't even manage to get around everything we'd wanted to.
I haven't toured the motor & toy museum in a good few years and I'd forgotten how enjoyable it is (coming from someone who doesn't have a huge interest in cars - though retro is my weakness). A had a fab time playing with all the kids games they'd very conveniently planted around the building (totally genius; take note potentially non child-friendly experiences!) and discovering all of the individual knick-knacks every corner seemed to hold, and I think even Mr J may have enjoyed himself (don't tell him I told you).
We all had a lovely, relaxing Father's Day and even caught some snaps of Mr J and I together (a huge rarity). All of these things we've been doing lately have felt somewhat strange (in a nice way) as I'm so aware that before long we'll be doing them with an extra mini-human to take care of; I do wonder how I'm going to watch a baby and prevent my 2 year old throwing himself into the river though - I've never known a kid so adventurous and desperate to get stuck into anything! He's definitely a wild one.
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