My first day at school

I was very grown up this morning and went to my  first session at nursery school. I was very brave and didn’t even wimper when the big M dropped me off. Although I was a little bit clingy. But it was frightening seeing lots of other big girls and boys. They were very friendly though and gave me some toys to play with. It all got a bit much and I had to go and have a nap.

When the big M came to collect me, I didn’t want to leave. She almost didn’t recognise me as I’d had my hair styled into a very neat side parting, I looked quite the scholar!


Just Horsing around

We spent the weekend at my godfather’s house in the New Forest. It was ace. Loads of slippery wooden floors to scoot around on, plump sofas to jump on and oodles of cushions to throw. Not to mention attention on tap. I’ll deffo come here more often!!

We went on an amble though the forest and found lots of these strange creatures that are much bigger than a dog and have lots of hair. I tried to talk to them but they weren’t that interested.

Then I spied one at the bottom of the garden. This one was much more amicable. His name was Roland and apparently he’s a pony. He blew air at me. Larger versions of him are called horses. We saw one or two of those on our walk as well. A very educational visit.

Who is the fairest of them all?

Over the past few weeks the big M has been reading me stories before bed. Tonight we finished our first book. It was a mega book of fairy tales. Some of them were a little bit gruesome like the Fish Knights and Bluebeard. My favourite was The Ugly Duckling. I also liked Aesop’s fables, particularly the Hare and the Tortoise.

We’re starting on the Roald Dahl compendium tomorrow night. I can’t wait.  I love story time.

I do believe in fairies, I do, I do

Yesterday the big m and d had some city folk down to stay. Friends from the big M’s old work. As the weather was so lovely we decided to check out the fairy forest (along with the rest of the world) that hit the news this week.

It was amazing; a veritable tinkerbell paradise. Some of the fairy doors are incredible, whilst others are quite simple.

It’s a magical place and a lovely walk. There’s also a mill pond and lots of lovely flowers to check out.  I’ll definitely be back.