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Water Maze fun with the nudie brothers

One of the biggest benefits of home-schooling (especially in the summer months) is that once the work is done for the day, we can get outdoors and have lots of fun. So when all the work was done early in the morning, we set off for a fun day out. 

We love to visit a local attraction where there is a water maze feature (the idea is to get to the centre without getting wet - yeah right - like that's going to happen with my boys!) We have learnt that the boys always get soaked wet so we always pack their swimming trunks these days. 

Now I know what you are thinking from the title of the post and from these photos...



But no, they weren't actually nude. It was just that the reeds in the water maze had grown so tall that it appeared that way as they were running around. They had great fun pretending that they had no clothes on and trying to trick any passers by.

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18 comments:

  1. What a great post and how brilliant to go and do something fun once the work is over. We recently set up our own business in an attempt to have a better work/life balance :)

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    1. thanks Charly - yes it is so important to get that balance right (which I so often don't manage to do!) x

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  2. Aww bless them....I would of thought they were in the nude if I was passing by....lol
    Looks like a great place :)

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    1. thanks Kim. They had a great time and it has become one of their fave places this year. x

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  3. Lovely to get out and about - home schooling definitely has it's advantages.

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    1. thanks Louise. Yep - there are definitely some real plus points (although it can at times be really hard work too). x

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  4. Lovely post, and great photos - I bet you had a lot of fun tricking passersby!

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  5. I bet they did! What a lovely mum you are :)

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    1. thanks for stopping by. yep - lots of fun x

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  7. You guys always look like your having so much fun, i really wish we could have home schooled but sadly we cant. Do you find it easy? xx

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    1. thanks Pauly. Home-school definitely has its ups and downs but compared to what school was like for J, there are definitely more ups! x

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    2. i hated school and laura had a really tough time, i personally don't think its a nice environment to be in especially when they get to secondary school. i wish home schooling was an option for us. xx

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    3. We never thought we could / would home-school but were left with no choice in the end - and we have just had THE best time since doing it that I am kind of grateful to the people concerned that left us with no choice! We see so much wrong with schools and the 'system' but also know of many teachers that are genuinely doing their very best but are limited by either other more senior staff or by the constraints of the system. xxx

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  8. They look like they had so much fun. Did they manage to trick anyone?

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    1. not sure - but the guy who works there had a good laugh at them. I'm sure it brightened up his day! x

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