Today Amelie and I decided to go out for lunch after her ballet and tap class.
I had a Reece's Pieces milkshake, holy moly it was delicious!! but I needed to walk it off, so we decided to go for a walk down the road to the playground.
I am not a fan of going to the playground ALL the time, sorry but I find it boring, but when we see a new playground we always have to investigate.
And you know what; this playground in Reservoir has got everything a 4 year old and *cough *cough slightly older person could want: swings, sea-saw, climbing frames, slides and pretend shops.
I don't think the average person quite understands the effort that goes into buliding playgrounds accessible to all ages, and most often communities come together to make sure everyone is able to access them.
Recently Mr Ed was on a community committee to assist in the redevelopment of our local park and it's hard work, and a lot of toing and froing with the council.
I got to wear my new felt cloche, it actually has a nice satin ribon and bow at the back and fits perfectly (I have a large head)
I did get time to relax a little. Oh and yes, as every parent knows - sensible footwear is a must when your gallivanting around playgrounds and jumping rocks and collecting gum nuts (the old trusty Campers).
This little park next to JE Moore Park and Preston Cricket Club is cute and just across the road is Edwardes Lake and Park. We'll explore that area when Mr Ed is able to join us.