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Kate Limburn
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An outdoor mum who loves everything hiking and great outdoors related. Sharing baby friendly walking routes, reviews and more via babyroutes.co.uk
An outdoor mum who loves everything hiking and great outdoors related. Sharing baby friendly walking routes, reviews and more via babyroutes.co.uk

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We do a lot of welly walks in our family and seem to get through them in record time. Just last month Beth and I both wore splits into our wellies and Roo’s became so well worn inside that the side was wearing away and giving her blisters. There was…

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It’s that time of year again – bird counting time for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2016! The Big Garden Birdwatch is an event we do every year in the Baby Routes household and one we all look forward to. For me as ever it also brings back happy memories…

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It’s here finally – the cold snap. Even though temperatures look set to rise later this week in the South these frosty mornings, flurries of snow and chilly days are a reminder of what the season still has to come. Outside nature is in chaos. Summer…

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Baby Routes has been short-listed for the Trespass Blog Awards in the hiking & walking category! I had no idea that Baby Routes had even been nominated until an email popped into my inbox from the lovely people at Trespass telling me that thanks to public…

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The LittleLife Ultralight S3 Child Carrier has to be one of the pieces of kit I’m most excited to share with you on Baby Routes. We’ve used LittleLife products in the Baby Routes household for several years now and been impressed. Their kit has always…

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Happy New Year to you all! We have had a wonderful festive period in the Baby Routes household and even managed to slip in a very muddy but view-tastic New Year’s Day family walk back in the ever-beautiful Chew Valley, including a hike up to our first…

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On the face of it, December doesn’t seem the most promising time of year for wildlife spotting. As much of the natural world curls up on itself for the cold months ahead it’s easy to assume that all its inhabitants do likewise. Probably this isn’t helped…

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Perhaps it’s because of my West Country origins that our family travels in the UK mostly seem to head west. Whatever the reason, that curious bulge on the UK’s east coast that is East Anglia has for too long remained a mystery – somewhere I have heard…

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Whether your child is a full-blown jetsetting mini-traveller or is just curious about the world, this is a list of gift ideas that will hopefully inspire them to learn more and get them planning their next adventure. Got another great idea for a gift to…

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In week two of our California trip we moved down to the Orange County coast and there was one thing I could not wait to do. Go whale and dolphin watching. California is renowned for having some of the best whale and dolphin watching in the world, with the…
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