So I’d seen this brilliant blogpost, using mega blocks with your children’s family on. A great starting to point to develop language and understanding about family. This is the
Little A is saying cousin “co-eee” (Chloé) for both cousins at the moment. He knows they’re different people just says the same name. Thought there was a chance this would start to straighten him out.
Introduced myself to some parents today at playgroup and then told them little A’s name. That’s right, I actually told them my name first.
Not sure if last night’s story of mum make a date influenced me (storyofmum.com) but it’s just a small way I can put me first. Go to playgroup because chance for little A to run around like a maniac in a big space and like this one because it has a soft play section. However I also go to chat with other parents and speak English not mum-eze. Today we discussed the “joys” of working in call centres. Normal adult conversation for me, great fun for little boy. Job done.
Much like Murphy’s Law, Nappy’s Law is that moment you decide to go out for the afternoon and your baby boy decides to fill his nappy right up over his trousers. Bath time and wash on later you can finally leave the house.