I travelled with Biscuit up to Birmingham to for the Hen Do of my best friend's sister, we all grew up together and are all good friends now, I have two younger sisters who are a similar age to my best friend's younger sisters so we all played together and our mums were friends. My friend has a toddler now too, she is Boris's God Mother and I am her toddlers God Mother.
It was a beautiful sunny day so we took a picnic and walked to some nearby playing fields in the village where we all grew up and where her parents still live. We had a great time telling funny stories and reminiscing about old times. We also played some games including an egg and spoon race and a three legged race and by far the most hilarious game of all where we dressed the bride and another hen up in toilet paper wedding dresses.
We divided into teams. The younger (child-free) girls amongst us began carefully planning what style of wedding dresses they would make with their toilet paper - should it be strapless, off the shoulder, princess style, or mermaid? My friend and I on the other hand, like two silly school girls began running round and round our poor "bride" wrapping her like a mummy in reams and reams of toilet paper! I was in absolute tears with laughter,(which I mopped up on the living toilet paper dispenser that was our bride-to-be!)
So I am sure you might be wondering why I am telling you this story (she had a fun day, so what?) Well I am writing it on the off chance that you are reading this and are currently child-free and thinking what a great idea it would be to have babies. Of course, by all means have babies, but first there is something really important that you need to do... PARTY!!!! And I am talking like literally every day. Well maybe not every day, that might make you ill, but as often as you can, dress up, go out, go to the cinema, go to clubs, have weekends away, travel, because I am not kidding, the end is nigh! Once you have kids its over. There will be no more partying, there will be no more spontaneous trips to the cinema, there will be no more dressing up, those days will be gone. So party while you can because one day soon you too will be running round a field with a roll of toilet paper like it is the funnest thing EVER, like you are on day release from an institute, and you too will look back and wish you had partied more, I know I do. Mark my words folks, the end is nigh!