Mommy in London

Trying to figure things out!

What to do on a Sunny Day in London

on July 23, 2012

The sunny weather has finally arrived, it may actually be summertime now 🙂  We are very excited, and can’t wait to get out there and see and do all that we can (before the rain comes back!)

On a sunny day

* we may not live by the seaside, but we can go to the riverside to play in the sand!

* there are loads of swimming pools around the city

* I just recently discovered our local one o’clock club, and it has loads of outdoor toys (and an indoor area, just in case)

* London definitely has some of the nicest parks in the world, and E loves to eat his lunch in the park, it somehow makes things much more exciting (and he gets to steal other people’s food too!)

* I am yet to find a splash pad local to us, but we may just have to venture out to Kensington Memorial Park on an especially hot day!

* As E gets older he is definitely showing more interest in animals, I think that he would love to walk around a city farm and feed some of the animals

* When E was less than a month old we went to pick a pumpkin for Halloween ( I really wanted photos of him with the pumpkins) and it was so much fun I said that we would definitely go back in the summer to pick some fruit.  I can just picture him now, crawling amongst the strawberries and eating as many as he can!

* E is probably still a bit young for Legoland or Chessington, but I can’t wait to take him when he’s a bit older 🙂

As always I’m open to more suggestions, what’s everyone else doing on this beautiful, sunny day?

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