Happiness is…

Yesterday Sebastian is finally on the road to recovery. He is still on the clumsy side and would incessantly fall. But the fever is gone. His still saying his tummy hurts but by the afternoon he is just okay.

Of course this means we can go out and enjoy the gloomy weather. A celebration if you want to call it that.

We first went to a village to geocaching. Last Friday we did went for one but is not successful. Hopefully the celebration wont be limited to my son's recovery but also in finding some fun geocaching stuff.

And we did!

Look at how please my husband is =P

And husband's happiness is so contagious my son got it too! Well he is really always getting those bugs and I am glad that this time its the happiness bug!

They are inspecting the loot! Which one to take. We left many toys in there & we took a coin.

And we were blessed with some sunshine on our way back.

So we decided to go and stay for some more just to enjoy the sun and that massive playground.

xx

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25 thoughts on “Happiness is…

  1. Anonymous

    It looks like such fun and he must have enjoyed the geo-caching so much. Nothing quite like adventuring in the great outdoors.

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  2. Anonymous

    from: mummytries

    Looks like they had a great time, loving the infectious happiness πŸ™‚ Great idea for a drizzly day! #MagicMoments

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  3. Anonymous

    Such lovely pics, Merlinda! I always wanted to go geocaching but never seem to have got down on it. Every post I come across, I have a renewed interest in it. Looks like nothing short of a perfect day πŸ™‚ I hope your little one is better…it takes such a toll when they’re down! πŸ™‚ Enjoyed your post, as always ! xx

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  4. Anonymous

    Happiness bug

    Hopefully Sebastian is getting through all the bugs now, and when he gets to primary school will be immune to everything!! My two always have a dip towards the end of term, and I’m willing them to just hold on for another few days!!

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  5. Anonymous

    Glad your son is feeling better. It’s miserable when they’re ill. Well done on finding the geocache! Your husband is certainly very happy about that πŸ™‚

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  6. Anonymous

    Glad to know he’s doing better! We just recovered from a flu too. The geocaching activity looks like a great thing to do as a family πŸ™‚ #MagicMoments

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  7. Anonymous

    So happy to hear that your son is feeling better. Well done for finding the geocache, looks like fun!

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  8. Anonymous

    I love the pictures of your son and husband looking so happy. We definitely need to give this a try I think πŸ™‚ I’m glad your son is feeling better too and I hope he stays healthy for a while to boost you all so you can all enjoy the summer weather (if it comes along!) Iona@Redpeffer

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  9. Anonymous

    glad

    so glad its better now, its so hard with the bugs! but i will take happiness bug anytime πŸ™‚ x

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  10. Anonymous

    Ah wonderful, I’m glad he is on the mend! We really must try geocaching, I think my kids would really enjoy it.

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  11. Anonymous

    So glad to hear he’s feeling better. Geocaching is great fun πŸ™‚ #WhatstheStory
    Sara (@mumturnedmom)

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  12. Anonymous

    Lovely pictures. I want to try geocaching but it has not stopped raining for days! It looks like great fun #letkidsbekids

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  13. Anonymous

    That looks like a great geocache. We went whilst on holiday recently but most of the ones we found were tiny so didn’t have any toys in. #letkidsbekids Christine, @afamilyday

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  14. Anonymous

    So glad he’s feeling better. Must have been great to escape outdoors for some fun. We must do some geocaching, it sounds great. Love the photos, lots of happy faces! Thanks for sharing with #whatsthestory

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  15. Anonymous

    glad to hear your son is on the mend. There is joy in finding a cache, and I love both hubbys and sons faces.
    I love the fact they can wander quite freely when caching as most caches are off the main roads. Shame it is made harder by the brambles and nettles at this tie of year.
    Had to laugh at hubby on the ride with your son.
    Thanks for linking up with my geocaching linky

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  16. Anonymous

    Great fun

    Stella & I love geocaching in the countryside; looks like you found a good one too! πŸ™‚

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