Hubby and I have been on many holidays – pre children and after children.
We’ve been skiing, been on adventures, been sight seeing, sat on beaches.
Ask our children what their favourite holidays are and their response is always the same: Camping. Or more to the point, any holiday which meant we got to sit around and play cards, have water fights, play football, sit outside to watch the sun go down.<
It’s easy to forget the simple pleasures that make children happy in striving for bigger, better, more fancy, more expensive.
It’s easy to forget that the simplest of holidays can give you far more.<
This was one such holiday in the Loire Valley, France only recently.
‘Fancy camping’ as we liked to call it.
We got to ‘be’ as a family; kick our heels and watch the world go by.
And scream and giggle and act like animals in the pool of course . . .
This post is for week 18 of The Gallery: Holidays.
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