My little Bear Cub isn’t interested in sitting and playing quietly with toys like his brother does. He’s much more interested in climbing and causing havoc!
If you haven’t heard of the Very Hungry Caterpillar before then, where have you been hiding?! Ha.
A well loved, classic enjoyed by myself as a child and now by both of my children. This story follows the journey of a hungry caterpillar in his quest to eat everything in his path.
The colours and style of drawing makes this a very significant book, which has been expanded into some lovely merchandise that we have been asked to review.
I was tagged by the lovely Lauren over at Scrapbook Blog to take part in this fun little ‘interview the kids’ series. If you want to read the interview with Lauren’s 2 munchkins you can here.
These kinds of posts can be so funny as you never know what they are going to answer. Of course I’d love to include Bear, but as he can only say “ta”, “dada”, “Peppa” and “banana”, so it wouldn’t be much of an interview!
I’ve never been able to get Lamb to take part in stuff like this as he simply can’t be bothered to answer the questions. He rolls his eyes like I’m asking him to take on a mammoth task. I swear that kid is 4 going on 14.
Anyway, I gave it a go and as you can see he’s still not one with his words…
Growing up we always had pets. My very first pet as a child was a black cat called Toby. Then we had Chloe, and then Cooper. Cooper was my best friend. She was in my life for nearly 20 years (she had a good innings didn’t she!) and I adored her. We had an amazing bond and she showed me how special it is for children to grow up with pets.
Lamb has been been going to the zoo regularly since he was a newborn so has grown to love all animals, big and small. His first pet was a black cat called Mowgli. We lost Mowgli when Lamb was about 6 months old and it broke my heart (Lambs first word other than dada and mama was cat).