On Thursday the big M and I made the alphabet out of potatoes. Sadly she had a bit of s senior moment and didn’t do them backwards so when we used them the letters were the wrong way round. But never mind! It was still a fun half hour!
This week is national family week and at nursery to celebrate it we had a show and tell of the things we’ve done as a family.
We also visited Portland Castle. It was built by Henry the Eigth after he divorced his first wife. He was concerned the Spanish might try and attack our shores in revenge.
I particularly liked the canons. Ready, aim, fire!
Yesterday I forged international relations by speaking the global language of toddler whilst in Ibiza.
We went out for lunch to a restaurant with a large enclosed garden and toys for kids consequently it is very popular with parents and there was a veritable army of children for me to play with. The language barrier was not a problem – we just got in with the important business at hand which included riding the ride on toys around an obstacle course and throwing stones in the pond. A lovely afternoon was had by all.