Yes, I’m going to be a self-indulgent prick and spend an entire post talking about what I’ve done this year.

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Before you tell me that at 10 months, Remy is far too young to care about Christmas, let me stop you – I am fully aware. I know that anything and everything I do to make this Christmas special is really just for me, and that Remy is going to wake up on December 25th, shout at us, and then shit himself like any other day.

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Our first stop was The Christmas Courtyard, filled with tables and chairs to sit at while you enjoy a hot chocolate or slice of cake from the takeaway kiosk. They’d really put effort into making it look beautiful and festive, with fake snow billowing out from a high up window, which all of the younger kids seemed to love playing with. There was definitely an air of excitement and happiness which was so lovely to see; like I said, we rarely do days out like this so seeing children that excitable is still a bit of a novelty to me.

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This thing has saved my bloody life.
Each toy is tested by the Fundamentally Children team and some super lucky children, to ensure that they’re long-lasting, age-appropriate, good for learning and development, and most importantly – that they’re fun!

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You already know who it is. This bloody sheep haunts my dreams; by the time we were done with him (at around 3/4 months) his fur was matted, his batteries were falling out, and he smelt like very questionable baby vomit. But, I think he might have been a lifesaver. 

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