Big Fish Little Fish and No Sign Of A Cardboard Box

Last week we went to an awesome event held at Constellations in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. It was epic. Big Fish Little Fish 2-4 hour party people is a rave specifically for babies and toddlers.

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With a real DJ, bubble machines, face painting, craft, glow sticks, a drawing wall and some other crazy things to blow their little minds it really was the best couple of hours we’ve spent together as a family. What my husband loved the most was watching her run around exploring and getting involved. From helping older kids pick up confetti and draw on the wall to dancing on Daddy’s shoulders to some old skool house music (I wonder who loved that bit more?). Her obsession with kicking balls and balloons continued and we watched as she would come back every now and then to give us a cuddle and head straight back off to enjoy the party.

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I have my eyes peeled for more like this and even tempted to check out family festivals as I think we will all have such fun filling our senses and creating more crazy memories. If you fancy

Making the most of weekends is probably one of the main reasons I’ve never had that sudden realisation that I’ve been back at work and not spending a real maternity leave with my little lady. Mummy guilt can be all consuming sometimes so it’s good to look at the positives and enjoy those moments you do have together…

 

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