Last week I went into work to discuss heading back to work in January. I will be back working Saturdays from January so at the moment weekend family time is precious to me.
At the weekends during the Summer we spent time at the beach. Walking across the sand and paddling in the water these are cherished family time moments. When the weather turned colder we took to walking in the woods that are just a few minutes down the road from us. When we were at Bluestone last month, it gave us a new found appreciation for walking, especially in the woods. Spending time showing the girls the trees, leaves, spider webs, that we found.
With colder weather, the need for good coats and hats is necessary. Plus any type of walking or hiking requires footwear that is comfortable. I like to have a decent pair of women’s walking boots on my feet to walk over the rough terrain, and maybe a jump in a puddle!
Baby girl loves her muddy puddles. We found this brilliant one on one of our walks. In fact she didn’t want to get out of it!
I think I’m in love with my new walking boots from Blacks. They made our walk at the weekend so much more comfortable for me. Especially as I was carrying extra weight with baby dottie in the carrier. Your feet need to be looked after. Having a comfortable pair of boots at this time of year is a must.
These beauties are lightweight, comfortable, waterproof and keep your feet snug and supportive. The sole has excellent grip for walking over the different terrains. They are made from soft brown suede and leather.
I’ve got to say these boots will get a lot of use over the coming months for our weekend family time outings.
I’m proud to wear this gorgeous yellow bobble hat in support. Blacks are supporting BBC Children in Need for the second year running, raising money to support disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. Last year they raised £100,000 and this year they are hoping to beat that.
You can buy your own Children in Need hat from Blacks for £7 with 50% going to the charity. Blacks are encouraging people from all areas of the UK to wear the hat and take part in their own sponsored rambles to raise money for the charity, so why not pick up your Children in Need hat and go for a walk with your family!
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