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#FreeSpiritedChildhood - Round-up #6

Hello, We're back again with week 6 of the #FreeSpiritedChildhood hashtag - it now has almost 1,500 pictures in the gallery - thank you so much to those who have tagged pictures so far - it's an amazing amount for a new hashtag. I hope everyone is enjoying some sunshine?

The definition of free spirited childhood to us means - to let you child get messy, run barefoot, explore nature. We'd love to see any pictures of your little wild ones with salty hair, sandy toes, running through fields and enjoying childhood in general.

You don't need to be a blogger to join us - you just need an Instagram account - just make sure you tag #FreeSpiritedChildhood.

Every Friday, Katy and I will pick our four favourite to feature, so make sure you follow Kippersandcurtains and over on Instagram and check our blogs every Friday for the round-up.

The pictures being tagged are absolutely perfect! We have tough decisions to pick just 4 each every Friday.

My four favourites this week are:

Top left: @blaubeer82 - Another fabulous shot by Doreen - all her pictures are taken in Germany - please give her a follow.

Top right: @smyvanwy - Sarah's pictures are always great - look at this little one floating on the water without a care in the world.

Bottom left: @mrs.chellebelle - One day, a workman completing foundations for a building, dropped his spade down a hole. Whilst retrieving the spade, the shell grotto was discovered! It remains a mystery as to how or why the shell grotto is there, but such an interesting place and so many shells! I must visit next time I'm in Kent. Lovely picture!

Bottom right: - Always so stylish! Great picture taken ay Tinchi Tamba Wetlands in Brisbane.

All of these amazing accounts deserve a follow - so much inspiration to be found from looking at their photographs.

Katy is sharing her four favourites over at Otis and Us, so please do go and have a read.

Thank you for joining our growing community - we can't wait to see what has been tagged next week.

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