Painting my nails – how rare is that these days!!??
Ok, so I’m normally fine with creepy crawlies, my Dad is a very keen Entomologist, so I grew up surrounded by stick insects, beetles, caterpillars and all sorts of other insects and the like. But head lice have always filled me with dread. I can remember being at work years… Continue reading »
When Monkey came home from pre-school today he was still full of yesterday’s trip to STEAM so after lunch we decided to get the wooden train set out and make a mega track. I’ve loved train sets since I was a child. My Dad used to have a Hornby train… Continue reading »
We all love trains in this house, so when Monkey’s Godmummy suggested meeting up at STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway, in Swindon we thought it was a great idea. Swindon is just over an hour away from us, and we set off yesterday morning in Oxfordshire’s unexpected… Continue reading »
We all spend so much money on presents for our kids but they still get the best entertainment value out of a free, empty, cardboard box – perhaps this should tell us something! Our current, resident cardboard box has spent most of the week being a train or a bus… Continue reading »
Having made the decision to review some of the toys/games that Monkey received for his birthday and Christmas last December, review number two is for the Early Learning Centre – Big City Wooden Airport which we bought for his third birthday in December. I love wooden toys. They feel so… Continue reading »
Sometimes I just have to sit back and listen to Monkey chatting away to his toys and marvel at it. When he had his 2 year check the Health Visitor commented on his lack of speech. I wasn’t really that concerned; as I’ve mentioned in other posts, he has always… Continue reading »
No – not ‘I love you’!!! The Sunday before last, we went to visit my best friend and her partner for the day. They live about an hour and 20 minutes away from us and the journey is pretty much motorway door to door. About 40 minutes into the journey… Continue reading »