Sunday, 9 August 2009

Splinter fact collection

I met up with Suki and Missy yesterday and we went to check out mummy baby type stuff, which neither of us do, as neither of us have fully come round to believing we're actually mummies yet. We went to check out this garden on Grays Inn Road. We looked around the wild garden at the end of the space and I spotted a rather laden blackthorn tree, I may offer to pick and return with sloe gin.
We met Teresa a super Columbian lady who runs the drop in. Missy and Erbie crawled around on the decking and played with lots of toys in delight. We had a cup of tea and chatted about possible baby sitting, childcare, shop and drop, lots of parent type things and felt much better about ourselves. We scurried off, Suki to go the the British Library and I to put Erbie down for his afternoon nap.
This morning I got out the tweezers and pulled 3 splinters out of Erbie's legs from crawling on the decking, he didn't seem to mind at all.

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