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Travel Memories #38 – Holland

Welcome to Travel Memories Week 38! We hope to post every week a photo from our past travels (before children included) that makes us smile and remember the moment. We love taking photos of our travels (especially me – Sam) so we thought we would start this little series and see where it takes us. Memories are so special and when we forget we can look back at all our photo albums and know that there were happy moments which we can cherish.

Young boy with windmills in the background

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This picture was taken one our recent family holiday to Holland. I think you may be getting spammed with our holiday snaps over the next few weeks. Far too many to choose from! The above picture is of Big K posing with the windmills at Kinderdijk near Rotterdam.

He loved exploring the windmills and climbing up to the top. He kept asking so many questions about how the family lived and he seemed to understand everything that was being said about the windmills.

We walked up the path passed all the windmills and he asked for a picture with some of the windmills behind him. He actually has a proper smile too and not one of his forced smiles (does anyone else’s children force smiles for pictures?) Have any of you been to the windmills?

Do you have a favourite travel memory? Feel free to share, we would love to hear from you.

You can view our other posts from our Travel Memories Series here.

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I have always had an interest in travel and now we have our two boys we want them to see more than just the UK. We hope to give advice and tips to other parents who are anxious about travelling with their children. You can also read about our holidays and the places we have visited while away.
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