Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Natalie in the woods

Last Friday I met a friend for a little play in our local woods. 
Click here if you'd like to see me on camera.

Monday, 27 October 2014

Throwing and dropping

Being a toddler is fun and part of the fun is, of course, discovering different textures.
I like to run my hands through cornflakes and dry pasta.
These straws are different colours.
Beans are hard and round.
Rice goes easily everywhere.
I'm lucky that my parents understand that throwing and dropping are natural urges that are building blocks for the brain. You can read more about other urges here.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Private park in central London

When we see leaves in these colours, it's hard to pretend autumn isn't here yet. Still, we try to make good use of good weather and enjoy the outdoors whenever we can.
So yesterday we drove all the way to Holland Park in central London in order to have a picnic with auntie Kully.
It was an interesting place as the little park we went to is private so there was hardly anyone there.
Fortunately I found some older girls to play with later but then they said bye-bye and went home. I kept on saying, 'girls', 'bye-bye' and 'home' (dziecinki, bye-bye, domku) to my parents quite a few times afterwards.
In this partucular photo, you can see me running as fast as I can to get my scooter that another boy had borrowed earlier.
This slide was the best!
Even though mummy wore a jacket, I felt ok just wearing a dress and a top.


Our little picnic. In case you're wondering, I didn't try that sparkling drink in those tall glasses!

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Dandelion love

Oh dear, time does fly! Some of you have been asking when I will be posting again so here you go. A few photos from today's visit to our park.
You can see new blocks of flats and a tall, tall crane behind me. We can see it from our balcony windows, too.
Dandelion love.
While in the park I'm mostly interested in birds, dogs, the playground and the outdoor gym. Oh, and of course other children's scooters. Apparently there's one on the way to our house as I type this. :-)