Begin to emulate a magpie, hovering near other stations whilst you nab the good stuff. i.e. glue sticks, googly eyes and shiny paper whilst sticking out your elbows to fend off other, harassed parents attempting to push through.
Ever sat at the park and surveyed the other parents? Here’s a breakdown of the folk you’d find – which category do you find yourself in?
Despite all this, I still had the urge to move. I’ve got wobbly bits which have wobbly bits and frankly, I’ve had enough. I’m 33 and I need this body to work for the next 60 years, eating chocolate isn’t going to be the answer.
I tend to measure our fun in how many photos I’ve taken of the kids enjoying themselves and as I only took the one I think that sums up the experience.
The beauty of this recipe is that you can make it from storecupboard and freezer ingredients, so it’s great if you haven’t been shopping for a while. Oh, and this is just a guide, you could swap out the ingredients for similar ones.
The first book I was sent to review was the utterly gorgeous Old Bear’s Bedtime Stories, illustrated and written by the supremely talented Jane Hissey.
When I was a kid I always knew what I wanted to be when I grew up – a journalist. I never wavered in this desire and by the time I was 18 I’d found an apprenticeship to that effect.