In my early experiences of soft play with Joshua I remember it being a generally stressful and exhausting experience. I pretty much used to hate soft play. It always seemed to be crowded, with marauding pre-schoolers tearing around the place.
Cleverly titled so as to appear to be a classy follow on to my last post, in fact this post is completely different and bears no relevance whatsoever. However, I was quite fond of the the last title so why
This time of year is fraught with danger. Not only is there freezing weather, slippery surfaces, and bankruptcy resulting from work Christmas parties and present buying, you must also contend with the danger of accidental gift discovery. In any house
The logo on this here website had been with me pretty much since day 1 – so coming on for a year and a half! At the time I just wanted some nice pictures of me and the little one,
Having Joshua around the house has changed everything! The whole place is a lot more chaotic and lively and messy and fun – toys in every corner of every room within a few minutes of him waking up and everything
In recent months Joshua has made the really rather unfounded decision that I, with my ageing brain and failing memory, must surely know everything there is to know about every episode of every cartoon series. Not just the basics –
It seems like a pretty tiny thing. It typically involves moving the hand on a clock backwards 360 degrees, or pressing the down button once on your phone. Or doing whatever it is on your car that you can generally
Storm Brian hasn’t been much to write home about in Reading – a bit of a breeze in the afternoon for an hour or so and branches waving around a bit in the wind, but that was about it! Not