I had no interest in gymnastics until two years ago. Sure, I took my kids to a gymnastics club, but parents were not allowed to watch the sessions, so I had no idea what my kids were up to. It looked nice, but it was simply another sport I was vaguely aware of.
If you’re going to introduce youngsters to a new sport, there’s one way to make it appealing: Close the traffic on London’s Piccadilly, build a huge ball pit on this hugely important thoroughfare and allow kids to jump into the pit with the promise of prizes for everyone who takes part. Thanks to Subway®, this is exactly how I recently spent a Saturday afternoon.
This photograph is a little misleading. It appears to show Toddler Adams nearing the top of a scramble net at a nearby park. In actual fact, she wasn’t.
Mrs Adams can sometimes get a bit nervous of the kids when they’re playing on swings, slides and the like. Deciding to have a little fun at my wife’s expense, I took this image on my phone and sent it to her at work (I know I know, I’m a mean husband). View Post