Monday, 2 September 2013

Busby does Brighton Beach

I am ashamed to say that Saturday was Busby's first time on Brighton Beach...

In my defence, we don't actually live in Brighton anymore, AND it has been far too hot to take her down there (and the beach has been far too busy!) since she's been strong enough to sit up unsupported, but I know, I know... not great for a Brighton girl!

We decided to have lunch on the beach and let Busby loose on the pebbles...

I then realised another reason why we hadn't taken her to the beach yet... Pebbles were being picked up, tiny hand racing to mouth, Mummy catching said hand before pebble was inserted into mouth and crunched on those delicate teeth! Phew! That was a good 45 minutes of constant: "No Busby, don't put that in your mouth!" and lightening fast reactions from Mummy and Daddy!

Anyway, both Nick and I got a bit camera happy, and I thought I'd share the photos with you for this week's Magic Moment.
Suncreaming up! 
"Ooh! This looks tasty!"
"No! I don't want my hat on!"
Watching... Waiting for the pebble to be lifted into her mouth...

"Nom!"
I love taking photos of seagulls. I dislike the actual creatures a lot, but I think they look awesome.
Another seagull photo...
"Look Busby, this is actual food."
Daddy and Daughter understand the importance of keeping hydrated in the heat.
My family!
I hope you all had a lovely weekend!
Hannah


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24 comments:

  1. We live in Weston and I am horrified at ow little we actually get to the beach! Lovely, lovely photos xx

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    1. We're only 20 minutes away from Brighton, and I couldn't believe we hadn't taken her!

      Thank you so much :) xx

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  2. Lovely pictures...and there is something very iconic about Brighton Beach!

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    1. It's all about Brighton Beach - but I prefer it in the Autumn/Winter when the waves are amazing :) xx

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  3. Oh she is just so adorable! And that little stripey top too!

    Sophs x


    LaVieSophie

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    1. Thanks love :) She was in nautical wear for the Sealife Centre ;) xx

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  4. Haha I hear your pain on the pebbles - A wants to eat our gravel in the garden which also serves as our cat's scratching ground - not entirely safe! I love Bubsy's style - she is rocking it!

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    1. Oh no! EVERYTHING goes in their mouths!! Can't take your eyes off them at all...! Exhausted!

      Thank you for your lovely comment xxx

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  5. What a really lovely trip out, amazing pictures honey

    thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments xx

    Ps glad all teeth are still in one place x

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    1. Haha thanks Jaime :) Thank you for hosting xx

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  6. Aww lovely photos, I'm originally from Brighton too and never took Tia to Brighton beach till she was ten months old. S you did better then me lol. X

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    1. Thanks Kelly!

      Aww yay another Brighton girl :) xx

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  7. Fun photos - love the seagulls! Why does everything have to go in the mouth? She looks like she enjoyed it though.

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    1. Haha - yes EVERYTHING goes in the mouth. She went through a period of putting everything but food in her mouth... strange child!

      Thank you xx

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  8. What a lovely set of photos :) The beach is such fun!

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  9. What a gorgeous post and lovely pics... we were in Brighton at the weekend too and it was a fab day :o) #MagicMoments

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    1. Thank you so much :) I love Brighton - glad you had a fab day xx

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  10. Aw what lovely pics! I have never been to Brighton, just thought that xx

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    1. Thanks Julia! Never?? Let me know if you do come down xx

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  11. What great pics! We're yet to actually put C down on the beach - we took her to a sandy beach on holiday, but she stayed on the sunlounger with me as I couldn't face her eating all the sand!

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    1. Haha - it was exhausting! "No Busby! Put that down Busby! Don't put that in your mouth!" You made the right decision! xx

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