B.M.W.B #50 – Feeding the Ducks

Thanks so much to those who linked in parenting posts last weeks. There were some great ideas and some very encouraging and inspiring reads. If you missed them you can find them here.

 

 

This week we stopped to feed the ducks. We had a bag of bread crusts and it was a sweltering day – a friend suggested we joined them for ice-blocks and we suggested the join us for duck feeding so we did.

It was so lovely to stop on the way home and just get out of the usual rhythms of after-school hustle and bustle.

 

 

This year I am making more of a conscious effort to have quality moments with my boys. B.M.W.B (becoming the mama I want to be)  is my way of recording and hopefully inspiring other mama’s too. 

 Simple. Achievable. Intentional: becoming the mama I want to be.

 

 

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6 responses

  1. Did Bounce go for a closer look at the ducks this time?

    1. Yes but he managed to keep out of the water!

  2. It’s more fun when you don’t get wet! Looks like a lovely day x

  3. Looks so lovely, and these photos are so lovely! You must have quite a collection of family pictures now!! I was just saying to my sister the other day that we haven’t been taking enough pictures lately, and I got quite the scolding! Guess it is time to get trigger happy once again! Love the concept of Being the Mama you want to be! Not being the Mother that you think you should be, or being the Mother that society says you should be!! x

    1. Hazel that is such a great interpretation of what I am talking about – love it! and it is a very good reason to get trigger happy too 🙂

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