As you may already know, I like to try and keep this blog as open and honest as I feel is appropriate. We need some boundaries, and I will try to keep them. But at the moment, I'm knackered. The problem with writing a weekly blog is often the fact you have to actually write a weekly blog. And this is the 15th time I've had to do this. Some weeks, I turn up and I'm very much up for it. I have a point, a purpose, and the mental energy to follow through on my promise to myself to do this. Other times, I don't really know what to say, I don't really want to write and I don't exactly have the time. But I do it. Could I take a week off? Yes, but that's not what I want to do.
Let's be honest, the main reason you're even considering buying this product is because it's Disney. I know that's why we bought it. We already had the Finding Nemo bouncer, so why not complete the set and get the activity gym. So that's what we did. We paid slightly over what you would consider a reasonable price for an activity gym just because it's Disney. I'll admit, that we're probably suckers. But we're not the only ones.
This is an ideal changing bag for those who want to travel light and not have the pain of carrying a regular sized bag around. Not that I've ever seen this as a problem, I will admit, but then I literally carry a bag around for a living (postman, if you must ask). But despite its small size, you can surprisingly still fit a decent amount inside. This is what we comfortably put in our clutch bag:
For me, yoga combines two things that I find incredibly beneficial to mental health: exercise and meditation. Not only that, but it's something that I initially sucked at. Don't get me wrong, I'm not super good now; I can do a few poses quite well, but I still watch in awe at some of the things seasoned pros can do.
So this week Isabelle has really taken off with her crawling. The way she is now, you really do have to have eyes in the back of your head. Give her a minute or so and she's crawled across to the baby gate, pulled herself up and holds on. I don't think it will be long before she's trying to walk. Not that either me or Rachel want her to do that any time soon.