A Bit of Blogmin…and a Bit of Shameless Begging at the end

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Have you ever wondered what your life would look like if it was recorded on a map? Well, thanks to the stalky  and unsolicited wonder of Google Maps, I found out – and my map for January looked like a spider, with legs reaching out to Highams Park, Wood Green, East Dulwich and Roo’s school. The last one many times over. I didn’t ask Google Maps to do that but it was interesting to look at.

The reason I mention this is because the map for this week would look like on big red dot – appropriate as we’ve been housebound with many big red dots all over the children. Yes, chicken pox has moved in for the week and fun has moved out. “Tree Fu Tom Live” last week became a Tree Fu No-Go and I’ve watched every episode of “The Numtums” many times over. So, apologies. For once I have literally nothing to report back on.

Lucky then that we have an exciting competition running – the prize being a much sought after ticket to “In the Night Garden Live”. You have to enter via nightgardenlive.com, at the special LWAT competition page. It’s only open till Saturday, so make sure you enter now! And come Saturday, I have something else to reveal…!

Don’t forget to send questions in for our TfL webchat (date tbc) – drop me an e-mail at kate@londonwithatoddler.com. And one last thing….it’s nomination season for the MAD Awards again. There are some serious heavyweight bloggers nominated, so I don’t suppose I have a chance but if you fancy dropping me a nomination…click here.

Thanks!

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