Britmums have challenged bloggers to share a story of their child’s holiday learning experience. Regular readers of my blog may remember that we’ve only had one holiday during the last 18 months, due to son 1 being diagnosed with Leukaemia last May. But we did manage a week away in October half term.
I wanted to wrap son 1 in cotton wool, especially as he now has a port implanted in the side of his chest. But he saw something that he wanted to learn to do – walking on water in the Water Walkerz. So I bit my lip and let him have some fun. He loved it and had a ball, if you’ll pardon the pun. Son 2 thought it looked scary and didn’t fancy trying it.
Our holiday was in Brighton but Wales is also a great destination for kids to have new adventures and learn new skills. Wales is made for family holidays. There are castles to explore, sandy beaches, spectacular scenery made for walking and action and adventure too. Mountain biking, riding, surfing, walking, food festivals — it’s just waiting to be discovered.
This post is an entry for the Visit Wales #Wales4Kids Family Holiday Challenge. Wales is the perfect place for a fun-filled family break.