Growing Oak

A Quiet Life with Devon’s Drawer

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling Join us today on Junior Style London for the full post about our nature adventures while Oak is wearing Devon’s Drawer Whilst visiting our fields, everything just becomes quiet apart from the enchanting sound of grass hoppers and distance calling of birdsong or faint noises of random sounds that come sailing in the breeze gently. The countyside now looking like a

A Timeless Summer with LaCoqueta Kids

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling Join us today on Junior Style London for the full post about our nature adventures while Oak is wearing Spanish LaCoqueta Kids This warm endless summer evokes adventure within us, beautiful road trips in our 1974 Karmann Cabriolet beetle with the roof top down, seeking colourful annual flora awakening us in a timeless fashion. The countryside bathed in radiant summer colour,

Winter Wonderland with the British Baby Company

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling Join us today on Junior Style London for the full post about our adventures in while Oak is wearing The Great British Baby Company luxury clothing. We all dream of a white Christmas, the white fluffy stuff turning the world around us into a winter wonderland making it feel like everything it touches turns into magic. Well this magic happened to

If I Were King with Frou Frou Kids

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling Join us today on Junior Style London for the full post about our adventures in while Oak is wearing Frou Frou Kids luxury outfits. After making our homemade earthly crowns, we were in the mood for playing imaginary worlds featuring mythical kings and legends so visited the historical Moreton Corbet Castle, where you are free to roam and explore until your

Autumn Memories with Jam London

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling Join us today on Junior Style London for the full post about our adventures in while Oak is wearing Jam London outfits. A favourite National Trust place we never tire of visiting is Attingham park, which is a stone throw down the road from us, a perfect place to explore any time of the year, come rain or shine. It literally

I was Born a Naturalist with Freya Lillie

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling Join us today on Junior Style London for the full post about our adventures while Oak is wearing Freya Lillie salopettes. If you have an inquisitive mind about the world around you then you can’t go wrong with visiting the enchanting town of Shrewsbury. The birth place and home of  Charles Darwin who as early as nine had started observing and

Farmer’s Boy with Monty & Co

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling When I recall happy childhood days, the first memory which always springs to mind is my time spent staying at the farm. A memory I want to pass onto my son Oak. Therefore, visiting my good friend’s old fashion farm has to be a obligatory fun past time. A place where Oak can sit on a rusty old tractor and imagine

Land Rover Play Yard

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling I embrace the notion of children learning during outdoor play and what better way to spark the imagination than a visit to a Land Rover yard. My partner Jason (Oak’s dad) has a massive passion for vintage vehicles so when he discovered a Land Rover dealer was importing Series 1 back to the UK from Australia it was too good an opportunity

Nostalgia Amongst The Llanbedrog Beach Huts

Ethical fashion blogger | slowliving photographer | creative storytelling Days out at the seaside, bucket and spade in hand, are a great British tradition. A spirit of nostalgia certainly seemed to overcome us when visiting the idyilic and sheltered Llanbedrog beach nestled on the Llŷn Peninsula. Brightly coloured National Trust owned beach huts, an essential part of the Great British seaside past, adorned the beach like a piece of commissioned

A Place of Refuge

We were planning on a walk up the Shropshire Hills but whilst we parked up the weather started to changed for the worse, the heavens opened and the rain came pouring down. Luckily we hadn’t set off walking so we took refuge inside the Bog Visitor Centre, a former Victorian school and one of the last remaining buildings from when the area was mined during the 18th and 19th Century.

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