You may or may not have noticed a slight proliferation in toy related posts.
Yes, it is that time in life when folks all around us are sprogging.
As one former, ahem, backbencher used to say: one for mum, one for dad and one for the nation?
It's fun. We get to play with the kiddies when they're well behaved, and then we return them as they become spewing/pooing/crying... well, babies.
This is for Tamsin's 1st birthday this weekend, Mama Bear from the Softies book.
I debated with myself: is it right to present the apron on the bear?
I wouldn't want the 1-year old to think that a woman's place should be in the house, apron in tow, ready for domesticity. I spose you could use an apron for...woodwork? ....or something else associated with little boys.
[I can already hear my siblings groaning at me...GROAN]
Would a 1 year old even register this thought? Even subliminally?
Feel free to tell me that this is political correctness gone mad (my siblings would), and I should get over it already!
Though, I quite like how the apron is reversible...
Rewatching: Flight of the Conchords, Season I
Relistening: Sunday Night Safran podcasts