Train JoyRide

He knows that Ive been riding the train to do something in this week cuz he would saw the tickets. He looked sad that i am not going with him so today after I picked him up from pre-school we went to ride the train just so we can meet Daddy at his work. He is excited. We came in early but he patiently waited like a little big boy.

And I love hoe his face shows so much patience & curiosity to the things around him.

train1

When we got in I can never take a photo of him just sitting. He wont stop pointing at the things that he can see outside the train.
It is love.
train2

train3

I know that he is hungry cuz he walked far from school to the station. I manage to lure him to eat. Yup crisp.
train4

When we went off he was so happy he wants to go back again. =P

Luckily Daddy came and was able to divert his attention from the train to Dandelion!
train6

Twas a short trip. He slept in the car on our way back. He really got tired.
But I know he is a happy kid cuz he loves trains.

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

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18 thoughts on “Train JoyRide

  1. Anonymous

    It’s funny how kids absolutely love train-rides, like you mentioned no matter how short the ride is. It will still be super-fun for them 🙂 #CountryKids.

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  2. Anonymous

    Kids really do love trains don’t they?! Funny how something that’s so everyday to us is so intriguing to them! 🙂

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  3. Anonymous

    Gorgeous!

    How exciting that he got to meet daddy at work! What a gorgeous big boy! I love his hair and his expressions. My daughter loves dandelions too x

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  4. Anonymous

    Country Kids

    The fascination of trains – we have quite a few children that love riding the train here at Coombe and will often wait patiently for another go. Lovely photos of your son enjoying himself going to meet Daddy, thanks for linking up and sharing with Country Kids.

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  5. Anonymous

    He looks so fascinated by the journey. Love the dandelion photos, but the one above them is lovely, what a gorgeous smile x
    Sara (@mumturnedmom)

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  6. Anonymous

    A great set of images, I still love a train journey at my age, we never tire of it with age #expressions

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  7. Anonymous

    Train rides are so great aren’t they? I think it’s because there is so much to see and take in, from the busy station/platforms to the open spaces whizzing by! #countrykids

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  8. Anonymous

    I love how the things we take for granted are magical in a child’s eyes. Looks like he had a wonderful time!

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