Country Kids: Learning to cycle!

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Sunday morning and the rain had held off, so we took the opportunity to get out to the park and practice our bike riding. Noah got a bike for Christmas and he is still learning to push those peddles round and round, he is getting there…

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We took the little ones out on their bikes to get some fresh air and we knew this afternoon would be a wash out, so the plan was park on the bikes in the morning – crafts and painting in the afternoon whilst Daddy cooked up a storm in the kitchen. It was a perfect morning for wrapping up warm and getting on the bikes.

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Noah loves his bike, but I think the peddles are a little too stiff for him at the moment as he doesn’t quite manage to push them a full rotation. When his main pushing foot gets to the ground he doesn’t quite have enough “umph” to get the peddles moving again. I know he is picking up what he needs to do, he’s just building up his strength to actually do it.

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We biked to the park, well Isla beeped her horn and was pushed to the park, but still she participated and they both enjoyed themselves. I love their excitable little faces.

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We went to the park and played on the climbing frame and Daddy made them laugh whilst pushing them on the swing, well I think he made everyone in the park giggle… “silly Daddy” is all you could hear from Noah. It was cute to watch!

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It is nice that we can get time like this with them, especially as we are so busy in the week with working and housework, the boring stuff. I really enjoyed our trip to the park on our bikes. I think the kids did too, including the big Daddy kid 🙂

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We came home, had lunch and naps, a few episodes of Thomas the Tank Engine (Noah’s favourite) and we got stuck into some crafts: painting and papier mache which was lots of fun. Noah did some great hand print art.

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

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