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Happy Monday! What a week we had last week. We went for a break to Bluestone in Wales and we had a trip to Tenby on Wednesday, which Daisy absolutely loved. As we all did really. It was the perfect weather, really pretty and Daisy was in a fantastic mood too. As soon as Daisy saw the beach she knew what it was, despite us not visiting often, and told me that she wanted to build a sandcastle. We set about finding a shop for Daisy, so we could buy her a bucket and spade, and a little part of me cringed at the price – but I knew that Daisy was going to have a great time and I could keep the bucket and spade for our next trip to the beach. This weeks Living Arrows post is here, Living Arrows 24/53, hope you enjoy having a little look at what we got up to!
As you can see Daisy couldn’t even wait for us to get on to the beach properly, or remove the tags from her bucket and spade.
After a few minutes we persuaded Daisy to walk further into the beach, so we could be down near the sea, to make the best sandcastles. Daisy soon lost interest in building sandcastles though and wanted to go and join over families. She was VERY interested in the seagulls (or ducks as she called them!) and had a great time chasing them, sharing her gluten-free sandwich and also splashing in the sea.
Our trip to Tenby was definitely a highlight of our week and I’m so glad we made the effort to get out of our resort. Daisy seemed to have a wonderful time too.