Which just goes to show that good things come to those who crochet. I sent Amanda a box of these chocs too, so you can check with her that they are worth winning - I thought she needed the strength for her fabulous fitness regime (think supportive chocolates, not sabotage chocolates).
We had to leave one restaurant where we didn't think it would be a good idea to let her get down from the table and the Mokabon coffee shop when she just completely lost it. I think the coffee shop was too hot, too busy and just too much.
I carried her out under my arm, dragging the buggy behind me. Once strapped in the buggy, Recarro gave her a proper talking to. I was quite impressed. If she was 15, it's possible that she would pay attention, but I expect much of it went over her pink, sweaty, screamy head. And then, much to my embarrassment, I had to go back into the shop to buy the fabulous yellow baggy of coffee for this giveaway. The things I'll do for you, Reluctant.
But two out of seven isn't bad. Makes me think my threshold for toddler tantrums and general naughtiness might be a little higher than Suburban Correspondent and Scrappy Sue who both thought that I might have bailed out of all seven.
As if I'd let a toddler get between me and my next meal.
Reluctant - email me your address and I'll send your package to you pronto.