Anyway it was so fantastic I couldn't wait to see it again with G and looked forward to the day when my own wonderful children would be able to partake in the Hullabaloo.
Well I never made it back as plans were always made and one year I think I didn't pay attention to it being on.
So in no particular order.
|They should have a moving rope line with each group to avoid the snatching of children|
|That's a Clanger on top of that ball and look at the crowds|
T's school didn't partake maybe their year is so tightly booked that they would have to release more holiday time to build the characters and costumes. I was a bit sad watching it go round because it would have been great for her but safety wise I think I would need Valium to let her go without me.
It was great despite the cold wet weather but I need to make a list near the door to remind me to take simple things such as gloves and I would like to buy some sheep skin soles to line wellie boots.
We went for a late brunch somewhere fancy but reasonably priced with no children before making our way home.
Whilst we were standing watching the parade some lady gave me a balloon sword, I thought it was a gift and asked her if we would have two more. £3! is what she said in return!!
It's been a jigsaw day today but the girls would rather run round and I think that everyone is getting tired, including me.
Have a great weekend