Harry Potter and the queue of people

Today I channelled my inner wizard and visited platform 9 and 3/4 at Kings Cross station, which is where the Hogwarts Express departs from.


There were loads of witches and wizards waiting to run through the wall. I’ve never seen the queue less than 20 people – they must all be very keen to get to school! I hope that when the time comes I’ll be just as excited about my education!

Sweet William

Yesterday I went to meet my new friend William, he is only 13 days old and very, very small. I don’t think I was ever that little. He was very sleepy and didn’t want to play much but I reckon in a few months time we’ll have ace fun playing trains.

We were at Caravan on Granary Square, behinds Kings Cross Station. The guys at the restaurant were amazing. They gave us a table (we sat at the big table in the middle) with room enough for two buggies and offered me a high chair. They also picked up all my toys when I threw them on the floor. The food looked really good too. I was allowed a little bit of the garlic and rosemary flatbread. I can confirm it was yummy.

Uncle Charlie (William’s Big D) told me all about the history of Granary Square. Apparently where the fountains are now was a canal basin to bring in all the goods, for example the building stuff for the railways. Pretty cool huh!