Sunday, 2 July 2017

Getting over her fear. #MySundayPhoto

When Ellie my youngest was probably about 2 years old we were at a fun day at the park and she went on the teacups with Becky and my friends son....She fell off the seat and it gave her a big scare....Me too. I couldn't get to her and it gave her a fear of the teacups....

On Sunday we were at the fair and it was the first time since that incident she has been back on them....She was very nervous and worried but managed to overcome her fear! It may not seem like a big deal to some but I am very proud of my girl....



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  1. Aww well done to Ellie for overcoming her fear and going on the teacups. Lovely photo of her and Becky too :-)

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  2. Well done, Ellie. It's funny how an old accident like this can be so traumatic - for both the child and the parent.

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    1. Oh yes! It really bothered her and me. Thank you x

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  3. Well done Ellie, it can be heard to overcome fear like this.

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  4. That looks a lot of fun. What a lovely colourful photo. #mysundayphoto

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  5. Bless her! Well done though for conquering her fear

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  6. Well done for overcoming the fear! I bet you'll have trouble getting her off them in future. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. She wanted to go straight back on them when she'd finished. lol

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  7. Well done to Ellie for overcoming her fear, I hope she enjoyed her ride. x
    #mysundayphoto

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    1. She did eventually and then wanted to go on again. lol x

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  8. Oh my I think that would scare me too, well done on overcoming it

    Thank you for linking up

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  9. That is a really proud moment! I can totally understand why she would have avoided them for so long.

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    1. Thank you. I was so very proud of her x

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  10. Hi Kim, facing our fears is never an easy thing to do and your youngest has done admirably by facing hers. Judging by the photo it will be some time before she will be comfortable riding the Teacups, but one baby step at a time!

    xx

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    1. She did so well and did ask to go on them again straight after. lol

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  11. Teacups!!! Was always my favourite ride!!! #MySundayPhoto

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  12. Aw Brave girl! It's never easy overcoming your fears like this! :) #sundayphoto

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  13. Those rides can be a bit scary and I think it would put me off too. Well done to her for getting over her fear!!

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    1. They can be, especially when they spin. Thank you x

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  14. It's a big deal to overcome a fear. Good on Ellie! #MySundayPhoto

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  15. I think that's a massive deal! Brilliant to overcome a very real fear like that. I can understand why you're proud. #MySundayPhoto

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  16. AW bless her, can image quite the ordeal when your young. Well done on her for being brave X #mysundayphoto

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  17. Go Ellie. It's always hard to try something again. N was the same with ziplines after he let go aged 3 and ended up head first on the ground

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    1. Aww! Bless him! That must have been such a fright for him x

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  18. Well done her! It's so hard to over come fears like that and she's done so well to do it you must be proud of her x

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  19. Always great when you can conquer a fear and enjoy something. Well done to her! #mysundayphoto

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  20. Lovely -glad to see the fear is overcome x

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  21. Well done Ellie! You must be so proud of her for getting on xx

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  22. Falling is very scary. Yeah Ellie! #mmbc

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  23. Well done to Ellie for getting in and conquering that fear. It's a brave move so very well done! :))
    #sundayphoto

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  24. Oh fabulous! Always great when they can overcome their fears. Great picture this week! See you on tomorrows. #mysundayphoto

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