Last night we braved the cold and headed out for a game of crazy pirate golf. Daddy complained of being a bit cold. I guess Jack and I were okay as we were bundled up well. Check out Jack's boots. Ugg, one of my great sponsors, kindly sent along these amazing Harwell boots. As you would expect from Ugg, they're lined with soft sheepskin, and they're pretty waterproof too. So his tootsies remained toasty the whole time. I'm so envious. (I'm eyeing up the adult version in these).
Jack loved the golfing experience, despite protesting the whole journey he didn't want to go. Infact, at the moment, anytime I announce we're going anywhere (and this includes fun places) he says he doesn't want to go. He doesn't want to go and see Santa. He doesn't want to go to an adventure playground. He doesn't want to go and visit a friend. He enjoys it when he gets there (and then when we go to leave I get the 'I don't wanna go home' tantrum) but I don't get the lack of enthusiasm about going. I thought this was something I didn't have to worry about until the teenage years. Anyway, I'm hoping it's just a phase. Anyone else experienced this with their tot?
Jack's cozy coat is from River Island, and his skinny jeans are Zara Kids. Mega thanks to Ugg for the boots. We love them. No doubt they will be a wardrobe staple this winter.
Hockey, golf, baseball. Sure, they're all the same anyway.