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Hide and Seek – {The Ordinary Moments}

We’ve just returned from a lovely couple of days in Nottinghamshire catching up with friends. The place we stayed had a lovely big garden and our oldest son had a whole load of fun running around and playing hide and seek.

It’s pretty much the law that two year olds have to be absolutely rubbish at hiding. The image above is Oliver “hiding behind a tree.” Couldn’t resist snapping a photo as he was shouting “come and find me!”

He loves being outside so much, just able to run around and play. Fortunately, we had reasonable weather over the weekend too!!

The Ordinary Moments

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