Last week, I took my three kiddos hiking at the Andres Institute of Art all on my own.wp-1614462542955.jpg I packed my bag, got my hiking boots on and dressed them up as warm as possible.wp-1614462542849.jpgIt’s a really great hiking spot for the kiddos because they get to see some pretty sweet art sculptures.wp-1614462542598.jpg It just makes it more fun than your traditional hike as you always have something you can “look for.” wp-1614462542506.jpgTo my surprise, they actually lasted an hour and 27 minutes.wp-1614462542019.jpg We had a blast and I’m so proud that they pushed through even with their tiny legs getting tired the last 20 minutes.wp-1614462542702.jpgWell I’m sure the bribing them with French fries helped a bit. 😉

I was also amazed at myself for taking them on an adventure alone.wp-1614462542212.jpgI want them to be as curious as I am exploring nature. wp-1614462542785.jpgGrowing up, my mom would take my brothers and I to places in New York such as Alley Pond Park, Wave Hill, and of course, Central Park to name a few.

We were always exposed to nature and I’m sure my love for the outdoors stemmed from there.wp-1614462542116.jpgI’m trying to teach my kiddos the same – to enjoy the beauty of nature [and art too].wp-1614462541809.jpgCan’t wait for many more hikes [and memories] to come.


6 thoughts on “Hiking.

  1. Really relateble I just started my own travel blog and then covid hit and I could not travel anymore from my country. No travel planning for me at all 😦


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