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HERE IS A LITTLE QUIZ JUST FOR YOU
Does anyone remember what Little Bo Peep Lost ?
A. Her Handbag.
B. Her Crook.
C. Her Sheep.
D. Her way home.
What was the name of the little girl whose lamb followed her to school"?
"What letter did the Baker's Man mark the cake with ?" Tommy asked.
1. B 2. P 3. T 4. D
"If Polly put the kettle ON, who took the kettle OFF ?"
A. Sukey B. Sarah C. Sally D. Susan
All these rhymes are the Mother Goose version
More soon, bed time for Diddily, tired - yawn, yawn, yawn,
FOR ALL THE CHILDREN IN THE WORLD ESPECIALLY YOU! XXX
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"Never fear spoiling children by making them too happy. Happiness is the
atmosphere in which all good affections grow."
There was a young lady named Diddily,
Who loved chocolate white and cream Bubbily. She winked her blue eyes And smiled her big smile.
And everyone said, Lovely Jubberly.
Now Diddily was also quite funny, And laughed such a lot like her mummy. But her trouble, oh my, Was the ache in her side. When her laughing caused pain in her tummy.
So if ever you see our dear Diddily. Who loves chocolate white and cream Bubbily. Don't give her the gum . Or Tiddle her tum. Cause she'll laugh and go Hiddily Piddily.
I think Diddily has been drinking the Dragon's Milk again!
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Maybe you wont be going on holiday in Dr. WHO's TARDIS but it would be a bit fantastic if you were wouldn't it. I wonder where you would travel to and if you would meet any aliens.
Well it looks like it will be the usual plane or train, even a bus. Anyway here is a wonderful scrap of very useful knowledge. Not just the children but with Holidays fast approaching one needs help and here is Madhup Srivastava to guide you and mummy on your way.
Travelling with kids? Here's handy hints
Madhup Srivastav is a frequent traveller and owner of Kilbirnie Travel
Travelling inspires many of us and the very idea of travelling with kids puts many of us in a state of despair.
The sheer thought
of managing a cranky or crying child during an entire flight or on the
airport during transit puts many families off going on holidays.
I have been
discussing with many young parents about their experiences while
travelling with small kids and most of them have same concerns and go
through the same trials and tribulations.
I am afraid my baby will cry for entire flight
Most of them
remember their earlier experiences for all wrong reasons and are still
clueless and nervous, whereas some others tried certain tricks and
managed their entire journey relatively trouble free. I would like to
share some of these tips with you to help easing your next family
A very legitimate fear. Babies cry for many reasons, they might be having ear plugged during take off or landing.
This can be
managed by giving them something to drink. If that does not help, go
for a walk. It might help. If it doesn’t, at least you show your fellow
passengers that you are trying to do something to solve this problem.
May be, before
you start your journey, think of buying some ear plugs for your fellow
passengers, pass this on to them and they won’t be annoyed and rather a
great way to start conversation.
It’s amazing how much latitude you can get by presenting your child
with his or her favorite treat. Hydrate, hydrate
, hydrate. Planes are
dehydrating and a dehydrated child is often a cranky child.
Bring a small DVD
player with a new DVD. Although most planes now have personal screen in
the seats, you can’t always find a show that will interest your child.
Colouring books, Lego blocks, puzzles and books are also life savers.
Do a stroller and car seat count towards my baggage allowance?
Different airlines have different rules. Check with your travel agent before you leave.
I have a four-five hour stopover, what should I do to keep my child entertained?
Well, I would
say, you are in for a pain if you are not prepared for this. Buy a
Trunki ride-on suitcase. This comes in green, blue, cow and tiger
print. It is made from the same plastic as adult suitcases. It weighs
under 2 Kg and is 18" x 7.9" x 12", holds up to 50 Kg of riding weight
and can be ridden by two toddlers. It has stabilisers to prevent
tipping and comes with carry handle, pull strap and horn grips.
They can pack it
with all of their own special things, and they can ride it around the
airport while you’re waiting for the plane.
It also makes a
great seat and comes with a handy strap so you can pull them too. You
can also bring a balloon for enter
tainment - it will give them a focus
for their running. Easy to transport and you can throw it in the
garbage just before the flight. There is a good video on this product
on You Tube. Search ‘Trunki’
I’m travelling alone. What do I do with my baby when I need to go to the bathroom?
Ask a flight attendant to watch your child.
How can I change a diaper in a tiny airplane bathroom?
airports are generally big and clean. Use them before you get on to the
plane. While on the airplane, try to use the Business Class bathrooms.
They are generally bigger and cleaner as they are used by fewer people.
If you plan to
travel a lot, you might want to invest in a diaper bag that also
functions as a changing station. There are a number of them out on the
market, such as the Studio Cherie Diaper Bag especially designed for
changing diapers on airplanes) and the Baby Traveler Deluxe Diaper Bag.
A minstrel was a medieval European bard
who performed songs whose lyrics told stories
about distant places or
about (real or imaginary) historical events . Though minstrels created
their own tales, often they would memorize and embellish the works of
others. Frequently they were retained by royalty and high society. As
the courts became more sophisticated, minstrels were eventually
replaced at court by the troubadours, and many became wandering
minstrels, performing in the streets and became well liked until the
middle of the Renaissance,
despite a decline beginning in the late 15th century. Minstrels fed
into later traditions of traveling entertainers, which continued to be
moderately strong into the early 20th century, and which has some
continuity down to today's buskers or street musicians.
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