I love the Royals. I think I got that from my mom or Grandmother. I have a Princess Di doll packed away from when I was a child. I remember my mom telling me stories about waking up to watch Charles and Diana’s wedding. I will probably tell the same stories about me waking up and sitting in a dark living room all alone to watch Prince William and Kate. I just love it all. Yes, there were tears involved. Now there is Baby George.
I can still pass on my Royals excitement to my little Hucklebaby.
How adorable is this book? It’s so shiny and new looking. It’s about a Diaper Nanny. Or as the Brit’s say a Nappy Nanny. It tells the history of the Nappy Nanny going all the way back to Henry VIII. My question…Is there actually a person that only changes diapers?
Even though the main characters aren’t actually named, I imagined them as Will and Kate the whole time. I mean come on, the dad flies a helicopter. I think as Hucklebaby gets older he’s going to like the diaper humor. He is a boy after all. How great are these illustrations?
Sidenote: I’m not sure why the Queen is smiling though. Have you ever seen her smile?
I’m going to look for other British Royals children’s books. I don’t think I even knew they existed before this book. Now I know the story isn’t real…but wouldn’t it be neat if it were? An inside look into the family that I would love to be included in. Don’t tell anyone but Kate is my BFF. Shhhh.
I’m on a tea kick too. Every time I go to Home Goods I head right over to the tea section. I keep adding on. I’m drawn mostly to Black and Green teas but will try most all of them. I’m still looking for a hidden gem.
These are in my rotation this week. Even though they are from India, I still feel British drinking them. Just go with the theme people.
Tulsi Tea. It’s nice and strong which I like. I think I’m going to save the Chai for the fall. It tastes like Christmas to me. I’m not sure if that makes sense but it is a nice alternative in the fall to Hot Chocolate.
Rest of the day = iced. Both green teas are awesome this way. Of course it has to be in one of my trusty Tervis tumblers.
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I have a few other teas I’m excited about trying out on my counter at the moment too, but I think I need to finish a few open boxes before I open another box, or by anymore for that matter.
Yet another sidenote: I wish more teas came in those metal tea canisters.