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Here are some shots of places our little trekker has got to
This is my daughter Morgan on her first birthday in the Caribbean. You can just about see her Lion in the Sun suit!
Best friends, Raphael(front) and Isaac(back) dressed for the weather and any monkey business, brave the beach in Normandy mid-Winter!
Here is Rory enjoying autumn in Edinurghs Harrison Park and being introduced to birdwatching at Cramond, Edinburgh.
In the summer, us two oldies and our little trekker Molly May packed our bags and set off for New Zealand. Thought i'd send you some pics.
Here are some shots of places our little trekker has got to
Had loads of fun this blustery weekend in North Yorkshire. This was a particularly spectacular walk at Aysgarth Falls.
Climbing Bird Rock and rolling all the way down!
Seth Wilkins (age 11 months) up on the top of Place Fell, Lake District 2013. Mummy and Daddy were there too of course.
This is our two year old daughter overlooking the Ribble Valley from the top of Parlick. She climbed up half way on her own, with the remainder of the trek on her daddy's shoulders.
We went walking/sledge pulled! up on the moors to the trig point. We had great fun roly polying down the hill!
Little Amelia climbs Old Man of Storr. A fantastic view for relatively little effort, whether one walks up with or without an 8-month old on the back!
Isabelle reaching her first proper peak at 14 weeks old.
Mabel enjoys her swimming, although I'm not so sure the same can be said for her Daddy! We can't keep Mabel and her brother Reuben still!
I'm Thomas (aged 2) and I had great fun playing in the rockpools with my Daddy. We found lots of cool crabs and flat fish. Here's one I found!
Hi Trekkers, my daddy took me up my first hill yesterday.
Camping in the woods in Devon and cooking marshmallows on the camp fire!
This is my son Ethan being kept warm and dry when we went to Silverstone for the MOTO GP this year. On race day the heavens opened, rain poured down and it was unseasonally cold but Ethan remained warm and dry in his Spotty Otter splashsuit - not to mention looking cool!
Wearing a Littlelife backpack didn't stop my daughter from racing around and having lots of fun exploring when we visited Berry Pomeroy Castle in Devon earlier this year.
Ten-month-old Wincenty in Cluny House Gardens had real fun being able to see, touch and sniff all the flowers that are normally at the grown-up's eye-level. All thanks to his favourite child carrier :) And it's a great way to show him the world around.
We went to Cyprus to visit my sister and had a lovely time on the beach, Eva's first seaside trip, she even got some chillaxin in.
Joshua (age 2 1/2) on an adventure on Helton Common above Ullswater. He's keeping nice and dry and warm in his Spotty Otter suit despite jumping in all the puddles!
Even the Littlest Trekkers can't help but stop and admire the view.
Isla (3, wearing a lovely warm and cosy Togz suit and a Barts hat) and Fergus (1, wearing a Regatta splash suit) enjoyed building sandcastles after their picnic on a very cold beach on the beautiful island of Westray, Orkney, in March!!!
Ruby on a rainy day at Whitehouse Farm, Northumberland
Hi my name is Alex and I am nearly 3 years old. My very favourite thing to do is catch the train to Greenwich with my Mummy and go exploring. We get to see lots of boats by the river and play in the big park.
Toby loves exploring and seeing new things. Today he set out for a little adventure at Hoveton Hall Gardens in Norfolk. It was lovely watching him toddle along the woodland paths, stopping every now and then to examine some new creature or plant. For him the world is an exciting place, full of wonders at every turn.
Isabel 5, Oliver 22 months and Henry 4 months think the greatest adventure is just 100 yards from our house. We only have a yard so the beach is their back garden, luckily we can see it from our house. Whether it is finding hidden treasure, splashing in the North Sea waves or racing around chasing each other; the beach always brings a smile to everyone's faces.
During the half term holiday Joe and Jack went to Chatel in France in our motorhome Mabel. They both love skiing. Joe likes to ski steep red and black runs all day long. Jack prefers gentle green and blue runs with regular stops for delicious mugs of hot chocolate and cream !!!
The Harding's took their motorhome (Mabel) to Croatia. On the way back they stopped in Venice for a few days. This picture is taken from the campsite near Fusina. The campsite just happened to be next to a major shipping lane. Joe and Jack were very excitied by the constant stream of very large ships that sailed past the campsite!
Leah with daddy on day walk at Ladybower reservior photo taken just after we seen the red arrows fly over.
On our last holiday we took the railway to the top of the Cairngorms
Ruby on her late summer holiday to the Northumbrian coastline of Seahouses last year...
Arlo is enjoying a better view of the Peak District from his Macpac Vamoose.
Arlo is so comfortable in his crewsaver life jacket that he's just taking a little nap.We may need to invest in the self locking safety line for this summer though!
Gabriel; "I had a great day fishing with my dad and papa. However I did get a bit tired and had to go below and have a quick nap. I hope dad can steer the boat without me whilst I have my nap."
January was a bit cold to be looking for trolls but we had some fun in the snow, in a toboggan and by the campfire nevertheless. All the chilly new experiences made for rosy cheeks and good long sleeps.
This is a picture of Harry in his splash suit and water proof bootees on the Northumbria coast.
Jonathan Robinson in the Lake District - putting the rain cover to test & having a snooze.
Here’s a photo of our daughter Kate enjoying herself in Lake Jemaye, France, wearing her Little Trekkers sunsuit.
Here is our daughter Freya in her Zoggs sunsuit enjoying a Scottish rockpool.
We often go to Norfolk for the weekend and I had never been able to walk my dog Lottie on the beach until Daddy was able to carry me in my Littlelife Explorer Child Carrier
These photos were taken when we decided to take 6 months off to travel the world with our 14 month old daughter Charlotte.
You’ve already published a couple of shots of Bertie in Nepal, but I just remembered I have yet another great shot of him in Little Trekkers kit, this time in his dipsy pants. He’s sitting in a Nepalese style highchair!
My name is Gregor Munro, (age 3 and ¾’s) and I’ve just come back from a half term break in the Isle of Skye.
Joe Thorpe on a chilly March day on Sanna Bay, West Coast of Scotland!
I bought the first set for my daughter Matilda last year for a trip so sunny Scotland............. she keeps growing so will be upgrading very soon.
Hi, my name is Iona,
This is me in my cool little trekker waterproof enjoying some lunch, after walking all the way to Steall Falls at Glen Nevis. (dad says he carried me a bit of the way, but I don’t think so !)
Please find attached 2 photos of my son, Ptolemy out and about in his little trekkers red trousers.
This is Maiya enjoying her first “Spotty Otter” Winter hike in the Cotswolds.
Hi a few picture of my little boy Noah White on his adventures,
My niece Olivia (age 3) enjoying a little Winter trek in the Psychic garden at Cowbridge
Attached is a photo of my son, Joseph (1 year old) in the backpack we purchased from Little Trekkers last year..
Here's a few pictures of Emily Garner (16 months) enjoying her first time in the snow (wearing a spotty otter snow suit) in Italy.
Here's Emmi and Jonas Wilson wearing their Littlelife Animal Daysacks whilst visiting the Tropical World in Leeds.
Here's my son (Ted) and his Daddy using his Little Life Baby Carrier and wearing his Barts Hat and Baby Banz all bought from Little Trekkers.
Please find attached a picture of our little girl, Kate, aged 11 months asleep in her Vaude Butterfly Special Carrier (bought from you guys).
Tora is five years old and she has used her Spotty Otter outfit all winter. We tend to go to Sweden quite a lot and you need good gear over there.
My little boy (Jack) has had so much fun in his Bush Baby outdoor suit I just had to enter these pictures into your competition...
Joshua in Devon,in April 2008 wearing his Bush baby waterproof dungarees and little life back pack.
Joshua and Sasha in the garden in Warwickshire, 6th April 2008.
Al and his brother Roddy are busy digging molehills, brushing up leaves, playing in the snow, sitting by the river and backpacking - all in north yorks where we get LOTS of use out of our Bushbaby gear!
This is Isabelle enjoying the first sun of 2008, taken Feb 2008 on Kinder Scout, Edale wearing her Little Trekkers all in one.
This is Hayley 23 months enjoying the blue bells in White Downs woods on the North Downs. She is wearing her favorite Togz dungarees.
Finlay (Regatta fleece and waterproof) and Lilia (Spotty Otter) running wild on Hoswick Beach, Shetland, April 2008.
William (2) has been enjoying the British Summer in his Rukka dungarees and jacket!
These photos were taken in Frimley Lodge Park, Camberley, Surrey on a very wet and cold January day. Abigail was 16 months old.
We're a non-motorised vehicle household so we spend a lot of time out in all weathers...on our bikes, pounding the pavements or standing at bus stops! We also like braving the elements in our spare time, cross country skiing and hillwalking.
I live in South Africa, and have 2 boys (currently 2.5 and 4.5 years old). My husband and I did a lot of hiking and trekking before our children were born, and were eager to introduce them at an early age to the joys of the outdoors.
A picture of me and my son Corey taken on a recent trip to The Lake District.
Photo 1 - Daddy, I think we are lost AGAIN !
Daisy and Rufus indulging in their favourite past time of collecting "balls" from the beach on the Island of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides, where we spend a lot of our holiday time.T
Dylan crawling through the leaves on a wet Autumn day at Westonbirt Arboretum - 'luckily for mummy - I'm wearing my waterproof gear!'
We are Edward and William Kelly aged 3 and 1 years respectively, and these pictures are taken with our Mummy (Tanya) and Daddy (Ray).
This is me Edward Kelly aged 1 and 3/4 on Boxing day 2004 atop of Mam Tor, snug as a bug in my ski suit and baby buff, sitting in my little life child carrier, enjoying the fine and clear snowy views through my baby bans!!
Ellie Lynn's adventures in her Little Life Voyager and Bush Baby & Wynnster togs
Or so we said on our Oct/Nov holiday to South Island NZ!
Here are a couple of photos taken from our past, adventurous year. Thanks for some great gear, it has certainly had a lot of use, and with number two on the way hopefully it will get a lot more.
Here are some photos of our son Harrison, aged 10 months, on a recent holiday in the Lake District.
Here is a picture of me and my little trekker, Joe, in Arctic Sweden. We took him on our trip at Easter this year when he was 5 months old.
Having purchased a Little life travel cot from yourselves, I thought you would like to see Joshuas on tour.
Jozef Batterberry on his first ski-ing holiday, aged 2.8 months old in March last year. We stayed in Lofer, Austria, near Salzburg.
Picture 1 - This is my son Julian off on one of his very first outdoor walks a week after learning to walk in January 2007. We were up at Heaven's Gate near Longleat near Frome in Somerset. He's wearing the excellent Bushbaby Hot Tot suit which kept him warm and dry and clean as a new conker after every puddle he fell in.
Just thought I'd drop you this photo of our son Louis, enjoying his holiday in Dorset and Devon.
1st Pic: Morgan's first fishing trip to Ireland - looking for his Ghillie dog
2nd Pic: Morgan & his best pal enjoying their first Irish fishing trip together
Natasha on her first picnic, braving the wild, fresh air of the Scottish Highlands, aged 6 months in April 2005.
These three pictures are of my son Olly at 7 months old and were taken in November 2005.
These pictures are of my 3 and a half year old daughter, Phoebe, wearing her Rukka waterproof dungarees and jacket - purchased well over a year ago they still fit well and are going strong, and have so far seen off 3 pairs of wellies!
Sam went for his summer holidays to the Orkney Islands, north of Scotland. Despite it being August the weather was cold, wet and windy but thankfully Grandma (who knows best) ordered a Keela Snugbugs Splashsuit from Little Trekkers and it arrived just in time.
As promised - pics of Sasha in the snow in Kiev.
These are of the Jones family (Adam, Simon and Rachel & Dad) enjoying the Lake District and its weather for the first time! They climbed Castle Crag in Borrowdale, smiling throughout despite the rain, and still had the energy to run home for hot chocolate and cakes.
Thomas at the beach - I can still enjoy the beach in the winter (wearing my bushbaby fleece).
Here is couple of pictures of my son, Yannick who is now 5 years old, wearing his Keela waterproof fleece lined jacket bought from Little Trekkers. He never takes it off and almost never needs a jumper under his jacket, apparently it is his 'Lego coat'.
Here are some shots of places our little trekker has got to