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Autumn is coming

It’s getting darker earlier, I’ve switched to jumpers and boots and there’s a definite nip in the air. It’s almost the time of pumpkins, bonfires and Christmas shopping, so I’ve been thinking about what I want to do with Jenson before we welcome the festive season:

1. Do another pumpkin patch photo shoot (here’s last year’s)

trevaskis farm pumpkin patch

2. Do a pumpkin smash
3. Go to a fireworks display
4. Kick about in a load of leaves
5. Jump up and down in muddy puddles (here’s Jenson’s first time last winter)

jenson splashing in puddles

6. Play pooh sticks
7. Spend as much time as possible playing outside before it gets too cold

jenson autumn park

8. Read all of the seasonal books
9. Embrace hygge

hygge book and accessories

10. Get him settled in nursery (a less seasonal goal!).

How are you welcoming autumn?

2 thoughts on “Autumn is coming”

  1. As, I loved to play Pooh sticks as a child and recently introduced my partner to it. He’d never played it or even heard of it! I love love, it’s my favourite time of year, ‘fall fashion’, crunchy colourful leaves, Halloween, Bonfire Night! I love it. 🍁🍂🎃
    Kim | chimmyville.co.uk

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