Piglet, The Adventurous one

Piglet is our youngest, there’s a 5-year gap to Tigger, and a further 4 years to Roo, but being the youngest hasn’t stopped her being arguably the most Adventurous, outspoken, Demanding, bossy, and loud. Even now 4 going on 5, she has become very headstrong and determined and very rarely lets anything phase her, though she is quick to shout my name when she needs something or help if she’s hit an impasse.


Tigger though

However over the last couple of years she has begun to push her boundaries, with Tigger for various reasons, he was more reserved, warier of things and the world, his confidence in a lot of what he does is a bit shaky, especially physical stuff like climbing etc, don’t get me wrong he has got much better than what he was, but there’s definitely a noticeable difference, but he couldn’t do half as much as she can when he was her age.

Her walking hasn’t always been the best, she does tend to trip a little due to her feet turning in slightly when she was younger, even now when she gets tired they turn and this can cause more tripping, actually, she’s much better, when she runs as then seemingly, puts more focus on it. However, this doesn’t affect her when she looks to climb, play, etc.


But she will tackle anything, she loved being on the Trampoline, she loves her scooter currently, and I’m amazed how fast she can do with it, she’s much faster than Tigger. When we go on our adventures and there’s swimming or outdoor activities she always wants to be involved, especially climbing, but in reality, I’m so pleased that she’s able to do these things and has the confidence to want to do these things, I’m firmly in the belief that she will push the boundaries for the rest of her life, and out of the three she is the outgoing, (trouble maker) and adventurous one.



  1. 13 July 2020 / 11:30 am

    Piglet sounds awesome! It’s great when kids are adventurous, there is so much of life to experience! The kids always look so close in your photos, I expect their bond is even stronger after lockdown. Sim 🙂

  2. Helen
    13 July 2020 / 2:50 pm

    It’s so fascinating watching children grow up and seeing their own personalities evolve. My middle child is the adventurous one who likes to test boundaries at the moment, but I’m sure that will change as they all grow up 🙂

  3. 13 July 2020 / 8:24 pm

    Your kids are super cute, it is wonderful to see how their personality develops as they grow older.

  4. 13 July 2020 / 9:28 pm

    Awww your kids are super cute. So interesting to see their personalities blossom. Sounds like piglet and tigger aren’t living up their namesakes! Maybe a reversal needed!

  5. 13 July 2020 / 9:36 pm

    With Piglet and Tigger, you could totally have described my two! Olivia is the same with walking, always tripping over her feet but can also do much more than Jack who often lacks in confidence in things!

  6. Rhian westbury
    14 July 2020 / 8:38 am

    That’s so great that you have a very headstrong and determined little girl, I’m sure she’ll go on to do great things x

  7. 14 July 2020 / 8:42 am

    She’s so independent and that’s great! We like that she pushes herself out of her comfort zone and I love my scooter too!

  8. 14 July 2020 / 10:24 am

    Oh bless. Sounds like you have a very strong little independent piglet on your hands /)

  9. Melanie williams
    14 July 2020 / 10:45 am

    Aw how cute are those piccys!! I love this and how your young girl has personality and seems to be a strong character xx

  10. 14 July 2020 / 2:56 pm

    My daughter is so headstrong and independent and although it sometimes make parenting a little frustrating I love it and I hope she keeps her spirit as an adult.

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