12 reasons to take your daughter to the fair

If you’re blessed to be a parent to an amazing daughter (or, like me, four), you may know multiple ways to braid hair. And you’ve probably hosted your share of  tea parties. You may paint a really mean manicure, especially on your daughter’s dominant hand. And you’re really good at listening (because she often has a lot to say).

But as the proud parent of an amazing young lady, you also need to make sure to take your daughter to a county fair.

take your daughter to the fair

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17 thoughts on “12 reasons to take your daughter to the fair

  1. I love this so much! I think it’s so important for kids to learn to love the little things-it really helps them appreciate the big ones! I really admire how you are instilling a beautiful love of animals into your girls-definitely cannot wait to take my son to the county fair! Thanks for sharing ❤ #KCACOLS


  2. Looks great and fun for kids! We don’t have these in England exactly but plenty of farms where they can learn such things. Something to look out for if we holiday in the States! #KCACOLS


  3. What a lovely post and great photos! We don’t have fairs like this in the UK but we do have farms. I think it’s very important for children to see how animals are cared for and what hard work and dedication it takes!

    Thank you for linking up to #KCACOLS and I hope to see you back again on Sunday x


    • I had the joy of spending a few months in England many years ago, and your farms dotting your countryside are BEAUTIFUL. And yes, we believe very strongly on our homestead that children need to understand that animals provide food for us and we need to care for them responsibly. Thanks for stopping in, and I absolutely will be back with #KCACOLS!


  4. My two girls are still preschoolers but they really enjoy the fair. I try very hard to get them to understand where food comes from. We had duck the other night and Pinky asked ‘what? Quack quack duck, mummy?’ YEP! She still ate it! I also hope when asked where milk comes from they don’t answer ‘The shop’.


  5. so true re encouraging girls to take an interest in STEM. I work in tech and it is such a male dominated industry. I have a son and he loves fairs like the one you describe. we often have country fairs and agricultural shows during the summer and it is a lot of fun #KCACOLS


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