DEAR BABIES I can't quite believe the busy week I've had. Firstly, I started another day at nursery. I looooove my nursery. My key worker is lovely. Her name's Holly. This is actually a really good place for me to begin today's blog: when you go to nursery, at whatever age, you can get away with murder! Honestly, there are other babies to blame naughty things on. I don't allow the adults to leave me alone for a nano second. I cry and scream when they try to go on a break. I'm sorry but if you need a wee wee wear a nappy like we babies do. Oh and my, the toys are everywhere and unlike at home you are actively encouraged to make a mess. The only problem I have yet to encounter with nursery is you have to share toys with other babies; but if you have a brother or sister at home you'll already be doing this. I'm lucky mummy only wants me. Well I am enough!
I've done 6 classes this week. Mummy is still on a bid to tire me out. She'll soon learn, in the meantime I'll just enjoy the perks!
What else: Oh yes, I learned a new trick in swimming. If you slap your mummy's boobies really hard when she's in the water, the splash is awesome and it makes her laugh. Oh and here's another tip for you to try: put a ball or toy down your swimsuit top and the whole class erupts in smiles...
in gymnastic's class i learned to walk on the high beam for the first time - bit wobbly but it kept the instructor on her toes. when we came out of this class silly mummy had two flat tyres on her car. i know, i've no idea how she did that either! my advice in this situation babies is to remain calm until mummy get's flustered then support her in her mini panic and cry, loudly. she'll appreciate this - helps with the bonding.