Mother’s Day Fun at Clandon Park

I really hope all the Mum’s out there were spoilt with at least a lie in on Mothering Sunday! I had such a lovely day. It started with a lie in (much needed after a dinner party at a friend’s house the night before!) after which I was woken up by the kids giving me some handmade cards, chocolates an orchid and a really special bag that Alice had made at Rainbows. Then we had a cooked breakfast followed by a walk at Clandon Park – a beautiful stately home owned by the National Trust. It’s so well looked after and the daffodil field was stunning. I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a host of golden daffodils! I wanted to record the day with some pictures of us so I took my camera along. My husband and I swapped over so I could be in front of the lens too. I love the portraits, they are so special and I know I will treasure them in years to come. The end shot of Alice pulling the funny face really makes me smile – she certainly tells me when she’s had enough 😉 We then had a delicious roast at home (cooked by Ed!) then an afternoon playing in the garden, such a happy day. Thanks Ed, Alice and Harry! xxx

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