Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

By | October 13, 2013

Recently BritMums sent us some Barny sponge cake bars to try out:

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

The children liked the fact they were bear-shaped with a tasty hidden centre and I liked that they contain no artificial colours or preservatives, as well as being rather nice! They’re individually wrapped, so ideal for lunchboxes or a trip out and the backs of the packets have little adventures on them too:

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

D and I set off on our adventure, in search of Barny Bear and below is our poem.

This post is an entry for BritMums "Little Adventures Challenge" in partnership with Barny, the bear-shaped snack providing a little discovery in every bite. Find out more about Barny here http://www.barnyworld.co.uk

We set off on an adventure, in search of Barny Bear.

We put on our coats and our boots, and headed for the lake, would we find him there?

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

We’d heard about this sponge bar in chocolate or milk and with a hidden centre, they sounded rather tasty, so into the woods we entered.

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

Passing trees laden with conkers, pine cones and acorns, we asked a jumping squirrel "Have you seen Barny Bear?"

He replied – or we think he did – "sorry, it’s all a bit rural".

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

Next we found the lake, the ducks, swans and geese eager for our crusts.

"Have you seen Barny Bear?" we asked, as they honked/quacked/hissed.

"Sorry, we’re too busy eating, quickly. before there’s another gust (of wind)"

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

The search went on, past a bridge and round a corner.

Bunny looked too, it didn’t feel like we were getting any warmer…

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventuresOff on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

We passed a fisherman under his tent, he didn’t look like he’d seen Barny, so carry on we went.

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

A bee buzzed by, what in October?

He said – or we think he did – "try closer to home, it’s definitely getting colder".

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

At home? Of course! Silly Mum!

It was time to get back for a warm drink and something tasty in our tum.

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures

The Barny sponge bars fitted the bill, each with a hidden centre. D liked the chocolate one best, T the milk, Mum liked the fact they were a tasty non-artificial treat, with a yummy epi-centre.

Off on a Little Adventure with D and Bunny #littleadventures
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Kate on Thin Ice on 14th October 2013 at 12:49 pm.

Love how you have done this. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part

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Coombemill - Fiona on 14th October 2013 at 9:41 pm.

Lovely photos to accompany your poem and adventures. It looks like you both had a fun time and even bunny got in on the act. Thanks for linking up and sharing with Country Kids.

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