30 Days Wild – Day 14 – Will the Aunties go Wild?

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Munashe and Zori were soooo excited about the imminent arrival of not one but two Aunties, and a cousin! Munashe was very excited about going wild with an auntie but would they be up for it?

Today was a momentous day for Munashe. Look at this pic and see if you can work out why?

DSC01976Today Munashe lost his first ever tooth. When I say he lost it, he really did. I thought maybe he had swallowed it. He thought it may have fallen out on the grass in the garden. I’d lost hope that we would ever find it. We eventually found it on the kitchen floor. It’s so tiny! A big milestone.

I am very pleased to report that the Aunties went WILD. Even when it started raining they didn’t rush inside. Everyone got involved and we created a masterpiece!


It involved MUD and WATER and WASHING UP LIQUID and PAINT.


Otherwise known as MUD PAINT. Thanks to Learn Play Imagine for the fantastic idea. We had to modify the recipe, our colours weren’t as vibrant but fun and creativity were at large. So we began…


And continued…


Nearly done but still having fun…


And the #30DaysWild Mud Paint Masterpiece


We’d all finished up, all except from Zori. She continued on her own finishing up her corner of the masterpiece.


Check out more of the fun on the LeoThExplorer blog and vlog.

Sarah x

This post is linked with
Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

3 thoughts on “30 Days Wild – Day 14 – Will the Aunties go Wild?

  1. I’ll have to remember this one, water, paint, mud and washing up liquid, I can see the mud brings texture but I’m curious about the washing up liquid? I like your slightly muted tones, it looks very natural and clearly kept both children and aunties busy for some time! Thank you for sharing a great outdoor garden activity on Country Kids.


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