DEAR BABIES weekends are fab aren't they? Usually your daddy is around more and you get taken to new places and see new faces. On Saturday I was introduced to some creepy crawlies. Apparently we babies under 3 are not responsible enough to hold a spider BUT I did touch a snake. To compare it's skin I stroked everything I could the rest of the day - research on behalf of all babies - it was the softest thing I felt other than my mummy's face the whole day.
Now some advice on public transport: trains in particular. On Sunday, so I 'could experience different types of transport', we went on a choo choo train. It was soooo great. Although it was busy so mummy and I sat in a really quiet area. I was very good and sat in silence. Now as you know by now, I am not usually silent. But I was enjoying a lovely cuddle with my mummy. I did have a giggle when we were standing to leave by shouting 'byebye' and waving to everyone. Think a few faces could have smiled. Moody big people. Life's good. Smile. Adults. Wish I had been noisier now, or pooed! Anyway, advise: trains go super fast and are crammed with people you can interact with; if you don't sit in a boring seat like we did! So smile and be cheeky with as many new faces as possible. This way if you should poop or puke, you'll probably be forgiven.
Speaking of poop. Last night i pooped in my bubble bath much to daddy's disapproval. Mummy thought it more funny. Think she is more used to my poo. If you can, hold off pooping though until near the end of bathing, probably best otherwise it cuts your fun short.