Indoor Bobble Hats – My Captured Moment

 So, who wears bobble hats indoors then?

Well, as it turns out, my two little girls do!

This was taken whilst on our recent New Year trip to Centerparcs, Elveden

As I came out of another of the rooms, I turned the corner into the living area to find both Holly and Ella, almost snuggled up on a single chair together, both staring out into the woodland outside wearing their new bobble hats which Father Christmas gave them this year.

It was probably because we were all getting ready to go out, but I think they were a bit on the excited time and were therefore ready a little prematurely!

Being away for New Year meant it was a little cold outside, and unfortunately a bit wet too. But of course, this didn’t stop the vast variety of Centerparc’s wildlife coming to visit at our patio doors.

Seriously, all you have to do is open the door, and the sound of the window pane sliding across is enough to bring little feathered or furry visitors coming to the door to get you.

This fascinated the girls.

Which I loved.

There was one day where, just outside the door were three muntjac deer, a heron, a couple of rabbits, a very friendly squirrel and a whole array of water birds!

I was beaming from ear to ear, and totally felt like I was Snow White!

You see, I have always loved anything to do with birds and animals, and Centerparcs really is a wonderful place to see some of our amazing wildlife up close.

theyre so I afraid which is just lovely, though my friend just says they’re brazen! Haha.

but whatever they are, it is such a lovely experience for little ones to watch and learn about these creatures. I loved that Holly would come blinding up to me, telling me what she’d just spotted, even able to differentiate between a coot and a moorhen, which is something I’ve always got confused with.

See – I told you I was a bit of a wildlife geek!

I believe it’s important for our children to learn about animals and to respect them and their habitats.

So obviously I was a very proud and contented mummy.

Watching as my girls gazed out of the window, whilst in their bobble hats!

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Linking up again with the lovely Heledd of Running In Lavender for this weeks’ My Captured Moment

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11 Comments

  1. Heidi - @Cosmochicklitan
    28th January 2016 / 10:46 am

    Such cute pictures! We are also huge fans of Center Parcs. We’ve been to a few different ones over the last years. I completely agree, the wildlife there is amazing. During our last holiday we saw so many squirrels running about. Our little one was absolutely fascinated. #MyCapturedMoment

  2. 28th January 2016 / 8:45 pm

    Lovely photos, and sounds like a fab time away. Amazing to have all that wildlife on your doorstop! #MyCapturedMoment

  3. 28th January 2016 / 8:54 pm

    If i had those bobble hats, I would wear them indoors too, they are gorgeous. Lovely pictures of the girls and it sounds like a great holiday. We love Centre Parcs too xx

  4. 29th January 2016 / 1:43 pm

    Hi Steph, they are nice photos, my favourite is the one from the side; I would love to know what they are focusing on! They are mighty fine looking bobble hats, Father Christmas has taste!

    I had no idea that there was such an abundance of wildlife in a Centerparcs. Teaching children about nature is important and what better way than when it’s right there on the doorstep?

    #MyCapturedMoment
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  5. 29th January 2016 / 9:01 pm

    Gorgeous pictures to capture! Centre Parcs is great for getting close to the wildlife, the animals get so close to the windows. It’s great for little ones to watch them. My girls love to wear their hats indoors too..ha ha!! x

  6. 29th January 2016 / 11:52 pm

    These are such beautiful images – you get great moments from places like this. Definitely photos to treasure. #MyCapturedMoment

  7. 31st January 2016 / 8:43 pm

    Gnaw thats so cute! Those hats are gorgeous and I can totally imagine you getting all snow white and breaking into song Haa! xx

  8. 2nd February 2016 / 10:41 am

    These photographs are adorable. And those hats, cute! We love wildlife in our house too. It is so important for our children to love animals and the world around them. Hugs Lucy xxxx
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