May, where did you go, my lovely? Where did you go?
Sorry, the 90s nostalgia continues for me.
This month. So many fun times and memories made. I think with the added good weather, although sporadic, it always gives you a fresh attitude. And I am definitely feeling that.
Celebrations. My eldest enjoyed celebrating two of his friends birthdays this month. A bouncy castle party and a laser tag party. Children’s parties are so fun. I love watching them play and make their own memories. And to be honest, the laser tag parties look SO much fun… I seriously need to get onboard with an adult one!
Here 4 One. A matter of months after my first encounter of Bonkers Bingo and I was back again with two friends, with the added bonus this time of Blazon Squad, MC Keyes and FlipnFill. My suppressed inner 90’s cheese-loving self had THE best time and at 30+ years, you’re never too old for photos! – Now, what’s on next?
Food. Our latest mummy meal rolled around and I couldn’t have been looking forward to it more since I suggested it be at The Garden Centre. I feel Instagram is such an influence to me recently. It seems to be the source of me recommending a few things recently. But seriously, after I saw a picture of The Garden Shed’s hanging kebabs, it was only a matter of time before I visited. The evening with the mummies was lovely as always.
Malton food festival was back this month. They have monthly food festivals in the town, but the one at the end of May is always a bigger affair and well worth the visit to anyone in the surrounding area. Last year I was heavily pregnant waddling around! Sadly this year we weren’t able to make it this year, but I heard great things and the weather was especially nice on the Saturday. I may pop along to one of their monthly ones.
Seen a good number of friends this month, which has been lovely. Being a stay home mum, it’s easy to be and feel secluded. So getting out and about is a necessity, not just from a social aspect of your baby/toddler, but yourself too. I love making plans with people and having adult time.