a few weeks ago my mummy and I were lucky to be invited to a fab place called little street. well, it's better than any street I've ever been to. if real streets were like this i'd never complain about going shopping ever again...
mummy normally says soft play and the like are where fun goes to die; but even she was delighted to be here. step down soft play there's a new and better, fun place in town.
well, as soon as we walked in I knew I'd love this place. I could tell my mummy was impressed by the cleanliness too - she's a clean freak. anyway I digress; where was I; oh yeah...I got to run around in my socks which is awesome in my opinion. great start.
kids if your big people take you to little street, and I jolly well hope they do, visit all the shops and play with everything - there's sooo much to love. I'll take you on a guided tour...
there's the cafe where you can play with the cakes and tea; pretending to serve customers and little ladies that lunch. they've probably been to the beauty salon across the street - not my cup of tea so I only briefly stuck my head in. next to the salon is one of my favourites on the street, the vets. I think a see a career on the horizon for me. it's one of the new shops and its FABULOUS! it has a sick pussy cat and a puppy with a sore leg, hamsters and more importantly a telephone! those who know me, know I adore phones. I took a few messages while I was there and booked in a sick duck. not sure who manages this place when I'm not around...!
opposite the vets is a building site where you must adorn a hard hat at all times. typical site, no builders around, probably down the cafe enjoying a tea break. I had a nosey , couldn't see what they were building, so I took it upon myself to encourage and built a wall.
the fire station, police station and air ambulance is our next stop on this tour. the tip here is to wear the official uniforms, it demands parental respect. now, I've never ridden a motorbike but boy was it fun. mummy said to power had clearly gone to my head. i cautioned her for misconduct. I went looking for a speedy motorist to pull over but no luck. I did however take a ride to the Hollywood walk of fame I think my mamma called it, all I know is it had gold stars on the floor and an ice-cream stall. both of equal greatness. i wore a paramedic's coat to munch on a strawberry ice-cream and rather yummy it was too. oh I forgot, also a brilliant rail of dressing up clothes. I pulled off, rather beautifully if I do say so myself, a princess dress; although on the large side, I rocked that dress! next time i plan on being a cowboy.
now, I've saved the best shop till the end; the supermarket. even big people love this one. now, a real supermarket is dull we'll all agree, who likes being stuck in a trolley; well here that's a big no no. here you can push the trolley and buy all kinds of foods. I filled 3 trolleys. should last me a week. the best thing is no one was manning the checkout so I got it all for free. picked up a few dolls along the way too.
I should point out at this stage, my mummy made lots of coo and ahh sounds at the toilet facilities and coffee she had. think that means she was happy.
little street my little people is fun, exciting, creative, imaginative and totally wonderful and I want to go back again today but we're busy, but soon I'll get to play there again...and I highly recommend you do the same. look out for me I'll be the blonde wearing a hard hat and dress pushing a shopping trolley and trying to lose my mummy...