Your kids will probably love to hear this: a snowball fight is perfect for social distancing! But this means waterproof gloves are a must. And those ski helmets and goggles are also useful off the slopes. After such a gruelling day in the snow, you’ve more than earned that hot chocolate. Admit it: enjoying a hot drink with your bubble is more fun than any old après-ski, isn’t it?
Salt loving adventurers, young and less young: set a course for the Port of Antwerp! Julie Van Overmeiren set up an experimental garden with saline plants in one of the dry docks. Her seaweed nursery is a feast of sea lavender, ice plant, and glasswort. Will your little minnows turn up their noses at this? Drop them off at Stormkop for an adventurous workshop or play day. There’s fun for every (sea) creature.
The colours of the autumn forest are also present in the season outfits. From mustard yellow and bright orange to deep red. Not only the colours are warm, but also the clothes themselves. Fabrics such as warm wool and fluffy fleece feel like wearable cuddles. So, make some room in your wardrobe for a fresh load of cosy hugs!
Picking up chestnuts, jumping into a pile of colourful leaves, looking for mushrooms: autumn is a fantastic season to spend outdoors with your kids. With a cosy outfit and trendy raincoat, nothing stands in the way of you sitting outside more than inside! Finish it off with a pair of rain boots to cheerfully jump into puddles.
At school, your children fill their backpack with knowledge; outside, they fill it with experiences. And with a nice warm sweater or a funky jumpsuit on, your kids will be spending hours outdoors. More than enough time to make a lot of beautiful memories. A little rain, cold, or cobwebs? That’s what a hooded jumper is for! The outdoor world also teaches you how to think by problem-solving.
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