We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. We LOVE reading your blog posts about visiting Charlecote. Not only is it lovely to hear your feedback, it is fascinating to see our special place through your eyes. It’s wonderful to see how you spend your time with us and what it is that makes Charlecote special to you.
This week Little Pickle’s Mom shared her visit with us.
We ventured to Charlecote Park, a gorgeous property just outside of Stratford upon Avon, known for its resident deer. It seemed we weren’t the only ones with the same idea as the car park was rammed – luckily, we quickly managed to grab the space from someone who was leaving. Score.
We took both the pram and our Beco Gemini baby carrier so we had options whilst we walked around (and we did end up using both!). We didn’t go in the house this visit as we thought it’d be a bit of a struggle with the pram and we just wanted to enjoy the gorgeous autumnal weather. Charlecote Park have set up a Hallow’een trail for the half term so even though it’s obviously aimed at children, we used Toby an excuse to follow it too!
There’s something about a good walk in the fresh air, it’s so restorative! We laughed our way around and Pickle was alternating between giggling at us and sucking relentlessly on his fingers. So much dribble. Once he started to get a bit restless in the pram, we swapped to the baby carrier – just in time for a close encounter with…
Read more on the Little Pickle’s Mom blog to find out how they got on with our Halloween trail and see more beautiful photographs….
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