This time last week we were larking about in Lloret having the time of our lives in the summer sun, one week later we’re back to the British weather and it feels as if Autumn has made an early arrival. The vest tops and shorts have been washed, folded and put away for another year whilst the jumpers and jeans had made a welcome comeback.
The kids don’t seem to care less that it’s raining outside, they are quite happy running around having fun no matter what the weather, which is wonderful to watch whilst sat wrapped up warm inside enjoying a slice of birthday cake and a mug of hot coffee.
Earlier today I sat flicking through the realms of photos which we took whilst away and came across these two beauties of the kids, enjoying yet another ride on the carousel. We went to the vintage style carousel without fail every single night of the holiday; each evening the children would choose a different animal or carriage to ride upon and it became somewhat of an evening routine, which the children looked forward to each day.
Having sat and had a chat with my own Mum regarding the holidays which I went upon as a child, I realise how important those holiday memories can be. I only hope that our children grow up to treasure their memories from the times that we took them away, I for one certainly will.
I’d love to have the cash flow to take our children to Florida to live the Disney dream. However, at present we have other things to consider before throwing our cash on such delights. Saying that, I’m not entirely convinced that Florida is all that it’s cracked up to be with the lengthy plane journey, scorching temperatures, endless queues for rides and numerous experiences which would likely overwhelm our children, so I think for now that we’ll stick to cheap and cheerful beach holidays.
I guess it doesn’t really matter where you go, what you do or how much you spend upon a holiday, it’s the memories that you make as a family that truly matter and we’ve made a whole heap of happy memories over the past few weeks which I will look back upon fondly.
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