Little Tyke, Mini Tyke, one of my godmothers, Freya and her sister Claudia made all these strange objet d’art!
We were all at Biscuiteers
Icing biscuits While George and I sat and waited for the outcome – will we get any?Oh, there’s tea and biscuits on this side of the icing area.Finally, I get to see what they have been doingHmmm – looks a bit “adventurous.”Not so interested in those weird looking things, I went to look around at what else I can find in the store.
And found Mini Tyke was stroking GeorgeWe went a few doors down at Picola Cucina for lunch.
Now this is what I think every good godmother should do – thank you, Freya!
But alas, even Freya has taken to little George. As we walked into the shops in Notting Hill, Freya was carrying George the whole time.While I stayed at ground level – looking at interesting thingsAnd before you know it, Freya asked to borrow George for the rest of the day.That’s ok. I got to go home with Mummy. My godparents are slowly falling in love with George.May’s comment: Biscuiteers at Notting Hill was a good day out with kids – along with dogs! Not so interesting for them but they got to come along. Then we headed over to Picola Cucina for lunch – again dog-friendly and good Sicilian – generous portions and good food.Biscuiteers Boutique and Icing Cafe at 194 Kensington Park Rd, London W11 2ES
Picola Cucina at 186 Kensington Park Rd, London W11 2ES