Everyone is back on the mend this week, we’ve all been poorly. Toddlers are unbelievably generous with their germs and just have to share. Suffice to say we haven’t been out on a lot of adventures this week but we did manage a few.
I love that the garden is still in full bloom, even with being poorly we have still found time to stop and admire the flowers.
We have a crawler, no more commando moves where nugget is dragging himself along on his belly. He has managed to figure it all out and is now fully mobile. Cue me desperately trying to keep things out of his reach, his favourite thing right now are cat biscuits!
Bam Bam enjoyed a day out at the fun fair, bouncing and fun galore!
We visited the airport and said Hi to the planes.
A little show jumper in the making, Bam Bam has been desperate to jump with his favourite pony, so I have had to get my nerves in order and allow him. He even managed trotting this week (with my hand firmly gripped to his leg despite his protests over this!). I think he’s already riding better than me. Excuse the blurry picture, he was just going too fast!
I’ve been rushing around like a mad woman in preparation for our family holiday.
Holidays can be daunting with young children, toddlers don’t like to sit still for long periods of time and there’s always the worry of an Inevitable toddler tantrum right at the worst moment….
Whilst I was thinking about how I am going to keep Bam Bam amused for a 5 hour flight, I wanted to share some tips for travelling with toddlers should you be preparing for your first toddler holiday too.
It’s been a long couple of days preparing, preparing and preparing…… For our little Nugget’s Christening!
It’s been another warm day today and before the rain appears this weekend like it’s supposed to, we decided to spend the day visiting the Pier on Brighton seafront with Grandad and Uncle Georgie.
Wow! What a day, it’s so sunny! I love days like today! Those days before summer has arrived, when the sun gives us a sneak preview of what we have to look forward to.
I wonder, would I love summer so much if it wasn’t so fleeting and unpredictable? Of course! I wouldn’t mind waking up every day to bright, beautiful, blue skies!