Strawberry PickingMay 22, 2017 / byLauren Foster / Categories : Feeds
Strawberry picking…it’s an 18 month old’s paradise. Getting to actually put in their mouth and eat what they pick up from the ground outside!? Score! ;) Piper definitely thought she hit the jackpot with this afternoon activity.
It was so fun watching her figure out what to do..she caught on so fast! And this little lady does not discriminate when it comes to strawberries. The overly ripe, unripe, white, and mushy, she wanted them all. Ha. We went strawberry picking for the first time with her last year on mother’s day weekend, when she was about 6 months old. Now that she’s older and we knew she’d love it, we went for mother’s day again this year. I think it’s becoming a tradition for our mother’s day weekend, and I absolutely adore it. See more of our afternoon after the jump!
Dress: Sonnet James Dress | Boots: Hunter Boots | Sunglasses: Maui Jim SunglassesContrary to what it looks like, this is not me helping her eat. This is me rescuing her from trying to swallow a strawberry whole. That child…Can we you tell we loved it!?
If you have a chance, this is an activity I highly recommend. An afternoon well spent!
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