For the first time in over two months, we have been further than within walking distance of our house! We ventured to an empty park and it was lovely to see some different scenery. We can now leave the house without having to fill in a form saying the reason for our outing and can go up to 100km.

We won’t be going far and won’t be socialising for a while yet but it’s nice to be able to go somewhere different for a walk.

They are talking about Lucas’ school going back on the 28th May in smaller groups for shorter periods of time and just 2 days a week for each pupil. We have decided to keep Lucas home. We don’t think it will be a great environment to learn in, it’s hard telling 5 year olds not to go near each other. It would be one thing to hear in English but at school where it will be said in French when he doesn’t completely understand, I think will be too much. I don’t want to scare him so much he doesn’t want to return in September x


Lucas sat on play equipment in the play area

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5 Comments on The ordinary moments #63

  1. How wonderful to be able to get out and about again.
    I totally agree with you not sending Lucas back to school. I imagine it being so confusing for little one’s and quite scary and with Lucas not speaking that much French it is a worry. Sending love and hugs x

  2. How lovely to be able to get out a bit further now. I think the 100km restriction sounds sensible. We haven’t been given a restriction, so theoretically we could drive hundreds of miles, as long as we don’t enter Wales or Scotland!
    I don’t blame you for not sending Lucas back to school yet. My nephew is due to go back on 1st June and it is a very similar situation with small classes and less days than usual.

  3. How wonderful to be able to get out and about again. Glad it is helping. Our schools aren’t going back until August it seems up here, it is all confusing and strange. Big hugs xxx

  4. I agree with your decision to keep Lucas at home. I will be keeping my kids at home until I deem it safe for them to go to school. What a lovely sunshine snapshot there! Thanks for linking up with #MySundaySnapshot and for sharing x

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