We are super lucky to live within 30 minutes from some beautiful places to take our little man to practice his cycling. The other morning whilst M was bouncing round the house, Clara suggested we put M’s bike in the boot and head to Kingston Lacy, a beautiful National Trust property.
We weren’t sure if we were going to be able to take M’s bike onto the property grounds, but there was no issue at the entrance and soon M was whizzing down the path in front of Kingston Lacy house. Luckily everyone seems to aim for the gardens or cafe which are located to the side and back of the house, so it was pretty quiet on the path we chose.
M loved riding into the distance without us shouting warnings about staying on the path, watching out for cars or telling him to slow down. We weren’t worried about him getting too far from us and we knew he was safe from traffic.
It was a really love sunny day, but the rain had left a few puddles around the estate, which M just HAD to jump into. I love watching M getting the hang of his cycling and enjoying being outside. It feels like we’ve been stuck indoors for ages due to the weather, despite being out almost every weekend. I can’t wait for warmer days when we head for the beach or take a picnic to Kingston Lacy. I am so glad M has already mastered his bike so we can look at getting our own bikes to join him on a family cycle trip.
Where have you been getting out and about to this month?