Everyone wants the best for their family. Regardless of who you are, where you live, or what your background is, it’s something that we can all agree on. Whether you’re a parent or a child, a sibling or a cousin, looking out for your family is something that comes naturally for you.
Thus we arrive at the letter E. E is for elephants, elastic and entropy. My choice though in this entry of my A-Z is Eban, my boy, my offspring and fruit of my loins. Here’s a short summary of what makes my son a wonderful kid and my favourite person in the world.
He finds them fun, he copies what he sees, he laughs like a lunatic. I get a different vibe when I’m watching kids programs with the small one. I thought it would be interesting to translate some of Eban’s current and past favourites into an adult relatable format. It’s not pretty…
Ah Mother’s Day, another date on the calendar designed to guilt trip you into spending money. Seriously, no one should need to be reminded to treat their mum. Anyway, as every blog on the planet seems to be listing gift guides, I decided to take a different approach. Here’s a list of Mother’s Day pranks instead.
Go on, really make her day.
World Book Day celebrates the wonders of reading. It encourages children and adults alike to sit back and enjoy a good story. I’ve compiled a list of my favourite children’s books for World Book Day.
There’s nothing better than cuddling up with your sprogs and sharing the glories of a good book. Roald Dahl anyone?