Natural habitat

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The natural habitat of any Woodland Savage is, of course, the woods. A local home education group pointed me in the direction of a little toddler group for savages like Robin and today we ventured forth.

It was mighty chilly but that never puts off a savage. We discovered dumper trucks hard at work moving leaves, a mud pie kitchen, a cosy fire pit and a number of animals who were delighted to be hand fed.

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Robin and I are looking forward to heading back to play among the trees again soon.

7 thoughts on “Natural habitat

  1. Valerie

    Oh, that looks like sooo much fun! I used to love doing that with my girls way back when they were little! Your savage looks right at home out in the wild! Getting out in the chilly weather and having to bundle them up in cozy clothes somehow makes it all that much more special — maybe because there is the promise of so many warmer spring days to come!

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    1. Tania Post author

      What lovely memories you and your girls must have and it has certainly signposted their way to enjoying outside activities in their teens, hasn’t it? Its perfect really – they love reading and knitting and the great outdoors. Balance. Robin’s natural habitat is certainly the outdoors and I think it will be even more wonderful when we have some sunny Spring days x

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  2. Ruby

    So cute, Tania! I love that phrase–woodland savage–I’ve definitely got several of those around my homestead. What a fun little group you have found for Robin! I am excited for when Harmon is a bit older and can enjoy the outdoors more…he abhors wind and it is practically always windy in Iowa, so outdoor time for him is torturous, even snuggled down in a carrier. Such a sweet photos!

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    1. Tania Post author

      Your boy certainly is his own man already. I love that he has clear likes and dislikes (napping, wind…!) Maybe they will switch about and he will be a real little savage who can fall asleep climbing trees! x

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  3. Sarah W.

    Oh, he looks like he’s having such a good time! What a good mama you are for braving the cold and taking him on a spring outdoor adventure! Oh, and the hat is adorable.

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