Her pink Toronto Blue Jays cap has been her favourite and her best head gear since it was given to her by Grumps over 3 years ago.
Lately though, she’s been saying that she’d like a straw hat for the summer (like mummy’s) rather than a cap (deemed by her to be a boy’s item of clothing, for reasons known only to her).
We saw this one today and it was judged acceptable.
I wish I had the flair to carry off a hat like that.
different ways can I call my girl beautiful? I’m running out of post titles for this girl.
Rude not to make the children pose while we were there!
She is pretty much the coolest kid on the block in her new trainers.
Word searches seem to be the way forward at the mo. They certainly kept the smalls amused on the way home from Brighton today.
Next stop – cross words?
We went to the British Museum today to see their Viking exhibition. It was fab and I was surprised at how long the children remained interested – a sign of them growing up which makes me mostly happy but a teeny bit sad.
I offered them a trip to the shop so they could buy a memento of their day, not something I offer lightly as I’m always mildly irritated by the cost of things in museum shops. I wasn’t that surprised when they chose things entirely unrelated to what we’d seen today! Still, you can’t knock a good yo-yo, particularly if it lights up.
It only took said yo-yo hitting our wooden floor half a dozen times to make me realise that the best place to learn to yo-yo is on a chair.
The current game of choice, in onesies, natch.
I love Sainsburys. They have some lovely children’s clothes.
Giraffes – what’s not to like?!
There’s nothing like a stony beach to bring out the collectors in my children.