Happy Anniversary Mrs Sofa…
(Above drawn by ASBOJesus)
Well. I’m not sure if I know my limits, or if I like to keep my blogging organised. But for some reason, I thought I should write something about last nights England game. On the weekend before the England match took place.
With me so far?
So obviously, at the time of writing I have no clue how the England match is going to end…. So I could write something about Football coming home… or I could write something about managing an upset 5 year old who has got caught up in the emotion of it all. (Possibly my fault)
|Instead of being brave, I bottled it, (Insert a England football gag here if needed), and have gone down a somewhat generic route.
As such can I present a How to guide on “how to react, the morning after the England Game.”
The view of Exeter Cathedral from down at the Canal, as you catch the ferry back up towards Exeter from the Double Locks pub.
If you’re ever looking for a day trip in Exeter. Give this a go.
While watching a World Cup game, the small one went quiet and asked “Are there any girl teams playing?”
I explained there wasn’t in this world cup, but there were “girl football teams” that we could try and watch sometime.
She fell silent again.
“I want to be a footballer when I grow up, or a doctor, I just don’t know any more!”
Kids are great. Except when they’re not. Sometimes, children can just be angry little creatures of fury. Sometimes kids can be lovely. Other times, they just snarl, and make you wonder why is your child angry.
If you ever wonder why your child is angry, this may be the thing for you.
Simply spin the wheel below, and the mystery of your child’s anger will be resolved!
Or they could just be tired.
Are there any you would add to the above?
Obviously there may be other reasons, and if you’re worried, Sofa would suggest to seek advice from a trained professional – not a spinning wheel.
As my Gran had her 100th Birthday celebrations over the last weekend, we decided to make a thing of it, risk the small one in a hotel room, and actually have a break away together.
It, was, awesome.
The small one loved exploring the new surroundings, she slept (woo), I also got to take the small one around places I explored around about her age.
The picture above, is of St Mawes in Cornwall. A gorgeous little village south of Truro.
If I’m an organised little blogger, there may be a proper post about what to find in Cornwall, coming soon.
The other week, I came across an offer to pick up some VR glasses. Now while they were only the cardboard glasses you can get, they are still… kinda cool. They still show you a little bit of what VR can do.
After trying them out, Mrs Sofa and I chatted about how VR could be used, and if VR could be used to help train new parents in… well parenting*.
Here’s our ideas for VR games that could be used to train new parents.
Have you got any ideas, that you would add?
*Or at least be a tool in putting people off having kids yet.
Are you a fan of the Go Jetters theme tune?
Fan of Heavy Metal?
Well, “Slay Duggee” have taken a go at the Go Jetters theme tune…
After refusing to let him into the house, I was asked by the Little One to go out with her into the back garden to say hello to this chap.
As I looked at him, he look up at me and meowed. Almost to ask, “Why don’t you let me in?”
Looking for a last minute Father’s day present?
Are you too focused on being a dad / mum, that you’ve forgotten that you have your own parental figure?
Dont have time to pop to the shops?
Try printing this voucher – and giving it your dearest father figure!*
*Obviously please don’t blame me if he turns around and asks where his socks / chocolates / alcohol has got to.