Perhaps its the summer holidays starting, but seeing a couple of posts on social media about the old kids show “Why Don’t You”, reminded me of a fairly random early TV memory.
All I could really remember was an inventor called Ben, and a really big computer.
A little bit of googling found the below, be warned, this was not a typical “Why Don’t You” episode, but it left an impression…
Apparently. It was written by Russell T Davies. A long time before his Doctor Who days.
Yes. I was a Doctor Who fan back then as well.
Well. I’m not sure if I know my limits, or if I like to keep my blogging organised. But for some reason, I thought I should write something about last nights England game. On the weekend before the England match took place.
With me so far?
So obviously, at the time of writing I have no clue how the England match is going to end…. So I could write something about Football coming home… or I could write something about managing an upset 5 year old who has got caught up in the emotion of it all. (Possibly my fault)
|Instead of being brave, I bottled it, (Insert a England football gag here if needed), and have gone down a somewhat generic route.
As such can I present a How to guide on “how to react, the morning after the England Game.”
While watching a World Cup game, the small one went quiet and asked “Are there any girl teams playing?”
I explained there wasn’t in this world cup, but there were “girl football teams” that we could try and watch sometime.
She fell silent again.
“I want to be a footballer when I grow up, or a doctor, I just don’t know any more!”
Kids are great. Except when they’re not. Sometimes, children can just be angry little creatures of fury. Sometimes kids can be lovely. Other times, they just snarl, and make you wonder why is your child angry.
If you ever wonder why your child is angry, this may be the thing for you.
Simply spin the wheel below, and the mystery of your child’s anger will be resolved!
Or they could just be tired.
Are there any you would add to the above?
Obviously there may be other reasons, and if you’re worried, Sofa would suggest to seek advice from a trained professional – not a spinning wheel.