The holiday season is a great time to bond with your children and answer really important questions like:
The answer was:
“Well the old yellow Wiggle was unwell and had to leave and bring a new Yellow Wiggle in. Then 5 years later the old Wiggle decided he wanted to come back again so the new Yellow Wiggle was shafted”
We didn’t go into the ‘look there’s a flying pig wearing fetish gear flying past‘ aka ‘the Blue Wiggle suffers from depression despite being insanely wealthy‘ red herring thrown onto the barbie by the Australian media every time the Yellow Wiggle is replaced. The Noisy Boy seemed happy enough with the above explanation.
Much harder is dealing with the collective excitement of two over tired small people the day after being up until 11 pm on Burns Night. A collective excitement raised over the promise of seeing our friends’ chickens on Australia Day
“When will we be going to dance with the chickens” asked the Minx at 6.30 am, 7.00 am, 8.00 am and in half an hour increments until we left at 12.30 pm.
Small people are really not great at delaying gratification. So now when we receive the 6.30 am enquiry:
“What are we doing today?”
My husband and I reply:
“Cleaning the house“.
Anything else has to be an improvement.
Shoe Save Progress (or lack thereof)
Shoe Save 78 – Prada Architectural Heels
Number of Days Left in Which to Save Shoes: 25
Number of Pairs of Shoes Left to Save: 19
What did you do for Australia Day?