Friday, 30 October 2015

Messy Moo...

We haven't been to messy play for over a year so when I spotted that Messy Moo were running a session at Springbank Community Centre over half term, we had to get involved! Honey was reserved at first and moved from tray to tray, sampling (eating) the treats held in each one, then once I realised she was worried about getting her trousers dirty (I've no idea why, as mine were filthy by then), I took them off her and she was away! She loved sitting in the jelly and thought the flour 'snow' was hilarious, she continued to treat the session like an all you can eat buffet but also used her hands and feet to explore the textures and temperatures on offer.

The staff were really friendly and helpful  and made sure the room was nice and warm for our half naked little mess makers and the facilities at the Community Centre seemed varied and well kept.

By the end, we were both covered in mess so I brushed the worst off Honey and stuck her coat on so we could make a quick exit and head home for a bath! Honey excitedly recounted everything she'd eaten and played with, to anyone who would listen for the rest of the day and was well and truly ready for a nap afterwards!

Honey wears... Frozen vest by George @ Asda

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