I love this game and so do the kiddies. We get everyone to play it with us when they come round too. It’s a quick fire round game where you have to guess what is on your head band. Clues in the name of the game (Hedbanz)… It’s really quick paced, fun and gets the children to think creatively about how they might ask questions.
With Mothers Day fast approaching (Sunday 6th March) I thought it would be nice to share this little Mummy quiz that I saw floating around social media recently. It was a nice insight into what the little ones thought about Mummy. You ask them the questions and just let them answer – without coercing them into saying anything. Here are Noah and Islas responses:
All of these questions are left fluttering around my inquisitive mind at the moment. I cannot stop thinking about this documentary that was released on Netflix in December 2015. I wrote a little summary of the “so far” after watching a few episodes, The Steven Avery case, and now I have watched the entire documentary. I am left feeling quite confused with some questions that I really wish I could ask the court myself.
I have been tagged by the fabulous mummy blogger Mama Syder with some more fun questions about me and of course I am going to fulfil the request, so here goes: 1. Who was your first love or kiss? A boy I met at high school and his chat up line was “you look like my mum”, I should have known it wasn’t going to work out right there and then really! 2. What is your favourite book? My favourite book at the moment is still The Da Vinci Code, so clever and IF I had the time, I could probably read it over and over again – I feel like I want to map out all of the clues and play “detective”. Did I say that out loud? 3. What was your favorite childhood television show? Oh gosh, there were so many, but I think it would have to be: Sister Sister! I loved it and I could only watch it at my Grandmas. So going there was extra special. 4. When was the last time you cried? At the weekend, when I was ill and being sick, it hurt my belly bump and made me feel so guilty […]