When Little Bean was a baby she would ONLY use these Fisher Price dummies so whenever I saw them in the shops I would buy them because they are pretty difficult to get hold of in high street shops. At some point during the two house moves last year I managed to lose a box which contained them until today. Of course, she now doesn’t have a dummy anymore and pink definitely isn’t Beanie Boy’s colour (although he doesn’t actually take a dummy) so I now have a stack of these in pink, blue and various other colours – car boots here we come!
Now that I’ve finally lost the majority of my baby weight I’ve had a good sort out of my clothes and I’m going to start listing it all on ebay. I’m quite happy to part company with most of my oversized clothes but I’m struggling to say goodbye to my maternity clothes. We have both agreed that Beanie Boy is our last little bean but it just seems so final to sell off maternity clothes and baby gear. I don’t think I’m ready for that just yet!
One day later and this is the total sum of all my oversized clothes that its time to say goodbye to. Quite a lot isn’t there!! Well it has been over 3 years since I was this weight. I do have some things left in my wardrobe but to say its outdated is an understatement. One step at a time hey!
We had a fun filled day out with our friends Cafebebe, MummyManda and their children on Tuesday to a Three event in London. The highlight of the day for the girls was getting to meet Katy Ashworth from CBeebies I Can Cook.
Bottoms up! I could take a photograph of Beanie Boy sleeping like this every night as it never fails to amuse me. He always has his bum in the air and he is always cuddling his teddy. He’s just soooo cute!
I LOVE these spoons! They are Munchkins spoons and have dragon heads on the handle which can be bent up to face baby. The spoon tip is deep enough to get a good serving of food but also really soft tipped so as not to hurt baby’s delicate gums. My Mum bought these somewhere when Little Bean was born and I managed to keep one of them in good enough condition to use again with Beanie Boy. I think he worries that the dragon may try to steel his food though, so he tries to stare him out before he eats his food.
On Friday we headed off for an ‘adventure’ as the girls put it. Leaving at a slightly more sociable hour with Cafebebe and children in tow we spent the day at The Baby Show in Birmingham. Many of the exhibitors commented that it was a little bit ‘slow’ but from a shoppers point of view it was actually a really nice and relaxing pace. I was still shattered when I got home but we had a lovely day with our best buds!
Yesterday we headed down to Hubby’s work who were having an open day with lots of different activities to keep the kids (big and small) entertained. As you can see, Curly and Little Bean had lots of fun on the bouncy castle.
Toys for the kids don’t have to be brand new, spangly and battery powered! This was my Pumpkin Palace from when I was a little girl. I took really good care of all my toys when I was little and when I’d had enough of playing with them I boxed them up. Some of them I sold at car boot sales but a few of my favourites, the Pumpkin Palace and a few Fisher Price pieces, I put away for the day that I had children of my own.
Little Bean spotted the Pumpkin Palace in the garage today and asked if she could play with it. I gave it a quick clean and it has come up as good as new, she has been playing with it for hours today. I wonder whether we’ll be able to keep it for her children too?
Have you passed down any of your old toys to your children?