On Saturday we took a wee trip to one of England’s finest National Trust treasures – Tatton Park. We’ve been here several times before but never to the ‘secret’ gardens as I like to call them as I never even knew they existed! We started wandering through apple orchards and under rose arches whilst my mind was going crazy with so many beautiful photo opportunities – quite simply any Instagrammers dream. You’ll see why as you start to scroll down and these are only a handful of the photos we took.
The look on Hugo’s face right here just about sums up the mood he was in…sultry, sulky and grumpy. He was just having one of those days. I love the way that there’s no hiding how a child truly feels as they come right out with it wherever and whenever! It’s strange really when you start thinking about it because at what age do we learn to suppress these true feelings to convey something which is more ‘socially acceptable’?
This is one of my absolute favourite photos of Hugo, that little hand on his knee and that eye contact; even when he’s a grump he’s cute :).
As you must know by now I’m slightly obsessed with crochet whether it be decor or fashion and this top is no exception. I’ve been lucky enough to team up with the lovely people at FatFace again, which is where this whole outfit is from as well as a few other outfits I received but this was my fave.
I absolutely adore the finer detailing of the lace cutout on the forearms and the panel of lace on the front, lace is just so pretty isn’t it? Just so you know, I popped a little cropped boob tube thing on underneath to cover my modesty but to be honest you can’t see that much if you don’t. I have worn it with a little vest top under it too, whatever floats your boat :).
You can find my outfit here:
Top : Haryln Crochet Cover Up
Skirt : Denim Fringed Skirt
GIANT RHUBARB!!! It felt like I was on the set of ‘Honey I Shrunk The Kids’, so much fun and look at those amazing leaves, I can imagine it’d be quite magical sitting underneath there when it’s raining too, being all at one with nature and all that ;).
There they are my two handsome boys.
‘Wherever Mummy goes, I follow’.
These were the Japanese Gardens, as we were walking past them I imagined women and men in kimonos so eloquently dressed and took me back to that time I read the beautiful book, ‘Memoirs of a Geisha’.
Ducks and ducklings – we stayed there for a good 10 minutes as we repeated the words, ‘Hello ducks!’ with hand waves from Hugo too.
A smiling frown have you ever seen such a thing?
Hugo turned a new leaf after being bribed with biscuits… anything for a more tranquil photo under this pretty canopy.
Thank you to the passer by who offered to take a photo of all three of us, none of this ‘I’ll take a few just in case’ just one shot and they were off but I think she did a pretty good job.
I can’t tell you how pretty this place was, my heart was literally skipping and jumping inside!
We thought we were done and then we saw this cute little place… ok just two more and then it’s a wrap!
And so mummy and daddy whisked their grumpy little boy up onto their laps and kissed a cheek each until he was grumpy no more. The End.
Before I go here are some of the other items I have from FatFace that I wanted to share with you as you may see them popping up on IG from time-to-time, Ayman’s outfit included :).
Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you have a great week and a big thank you to FatFace for giving our little family such a lovely day out with beautiful clothes to match the occasion too!
Lots of love
P.S. Please share if you recommend any other beautiful places to visit in the UK? I’d love to know x