Two children and a muddy puddle

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Conducting experiments with a muddy puddle. What could go wrong?

I would be the first to admit this picture looks like an accident waiting to happen; two curious little children, stood next to a huge and very muddy puddle created following some recent heavy rain. What could possibly go wrong?

I’m sorry to disappoint, but there were no disasters! What the two girls are doing is using a stick to figure out how deep the puddle is.

The picture was taken on a walk Mrs Adams and I took them on. The stroll took us through a farm yard where they found this puddle.

My eldest has developed a fascination with figuring out how deep puddles can be. This follows an accident she had on her bike a little while ago. Despite my warnings, she rode into a puddle, lost her balance and fell into a huge pile of mud right next to it.

When Helen started experimenting to see how deep the puddle was, little sister wanted to join in. It was too good an opportunity not to take a picture.

I am linking this to the #CountryKids linky. This is a weekly linky that shows families and children making the most of the great outdoors. Click on the badge to see what other bloggers have been up to.

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11 thoughts on “Two children and a muddy puddle”

    1. I think they’d have been playing with this puddle regardless of whether they had every watched Peppa Pig. That said, it was defo Peppa Pig that introduced them to the phrase.

    1. Ah, now in fairness the eldest did ride her bike into a huge pile of mud a while ago. You know, the really wet, clay-based sticky stuff.

  1. Fab post and a great picture. My two often explore things like this. My youngest especially likes to investigate depths of puddle. Sadly not with a stick. Thanks for linking up with us on the #bigfatlinky hope to see you there this week

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