There’s a storm that’s hit Britain and they’ve named it, Storm Imogen. You’ve probably heard about it, if you haven’t, where have you been? Get outside and tape your patio set to the ground before it takes off with the wind, and next doors cat.
The storm has hit the south west and is heading our way. But we don’t know when, we don’t know how strong it’ll be. A toddler is unpredictable, getting dressed and the wrong sized plate can set off a tantrum at any moment. Always be prepared. Young Thomas sometimes says he doesn’t need a wee, but a few short minutes later he’s jumping on the spot declaring ‘it’s coming out’. Thomas is unpredictable.
Things will get damaged
As storm Imogen travels across the UK it’ll leave a path of fallen bins and garden furniture in its wake. Baby Daisy can destroy an entire room in 2.5 seconds. Toys will be broken in the hands of a toddler and after lunch everything becomes sticky. Damage limitation needs to be done. Keep your bins tight to a fence and breakable objects away from your child.
There is a high chance of flooding
The storm will sweep through the seas and rivers causing chaotic waves and flooding to boot. During the potty training of little Eddy, your house will be flooded, with urine. Toddlers are attracted to cups filled with water, or tea, they love a full mug of tea. Expect flooding.
Homes are without power
The storm has knocked out many powerlines, leaving thousands of homes without electricity. When toddler terrors learn to move chairs across the room, climb, and switch the lights on and off, over and over again, expect the fuse to blow. You will also be without power. Sometimes a toddler related flood on electrical items leads to a power-cut.
It’ll be noisy
With winds roaring past our windows at around 900mph it may get noisy. It may even blow your windows in. The noise won’t phase us parents, we listen to the Hot Dog song on high in the car and an unhappy toddler is never a quiet toddler. Eardrums have burst from the sound of a babe who’s been refused another biscuit.
Storm Imogen has nothing on our baby beasts.
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