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Bamboodies at the Beach

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After our bamboodies arrived in January, we were so excited to try them out at the beach. It was a beautiful day at Kiritihere, and they were perfect for later in the day when it started to get a bit cold.

I have been so caught up with everything else that I have not managed to share this with you until now, but I figured it was perfect timing seeing as eco peko is currently having a sale on their bamboodies! Baby bamboodies for $15, child bamboodies $20, and adult bamboodies for $25. If you do not already know about eco peko, check out their shop and my previous post about them. We love eco peko.

Before heading onto the beach, we needed to make a quick stop at the New Zealand dolphin under threat sign. If you do not already know about this serious issue with only 55 left, please check out my post to help protect the Maui’s and Hector’s Dolphins. The Let’s Face It visual campaign reached their original goal and have increased it again asking for more petitions.
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Kiritehere Beach bamboodies

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See how amazing our bamboodies are! We absolutely love how they are lightweight and soft. They kept us nice and warm, and Zaedyn even decided to go playing in the water with his. We couldn’t leave the beach until Daddy took Zaedyn down the sand dunes full of giggles and smiles, and we also found some rubbish that other people had left which definitely did not belong on the beach. We went around collecting a few things to take away with us because we did not want to leave the beach with all of this plastic to harm the environment and wildlife. As we went to leave, we even had to wait for many sheep waiting to cross the road safely. What an awesome day at the beach as usual!
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Don’t forget to check out the bamboodie sale over at eco peko. Our bamboodies are natural with a starfish, but they also come in turquoise with a nautilus shell and burnt orange with a coral trout 🙂

Follow the Sun

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♥ At the beach, life is different. Time doesn’t move hour to hour but mood to moment. We live by the currents, plan by the tides and follow the sun. ~Unknown